Foreign troops and mercenaries established in Libya must go. This is an observation given by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, as the country is moving towards political stability after the ten-year war following the fall of Muammar Qadhafi.
In his talks with the new Libyan authorities, the UN Secretary-General emphasized the need for the departure of foreign forces. According to the United Nations, the country counted around 20,000 mercenaries and foreign troops in December and none of them left Libyan soil.
In a statement, a spokesman for the Secretary-General, Stephen Dujaric, pointed out that Antonio Guterres underscored the UN’s readiness to support elections in Libya, monitor the ceasefire and the need for the withdrawal of foreign forces. Representative of newly elected Libya.
Antonio Guterres said, “spoke separately to Mohammed al-Menafi, the head of the President’s Council, and interim Prime Minister Abdel Hamid Dabiba.” He also congratulated MM. Al-Menfi and Dabiba for his appointment “and” stressed the importance of ensuring that the new officers work towards organizing the national elections to be held on 24 December “.
“I have no additional information on the farewell of foreign troops”, Stefan Dujarik declared that the United Nations wanted “this intervention of course as soon as possible”.
The United Nations, which has attempted in recent years in favor of a solution to the crisis in Libya, counted on the support of several friendly and neutral countries in the struggle for a Libyan-Libyan solution without foreign intervention and, which turned out to be the only solution work done.
As the Arab spring began in Tunisia, then in Egypt, in Syria, in which Libya did not survive, anarchy seized the country in 2011 following the fall of the almighty Muammar Gaddafi, who was publicly killed under mysterious circumstances. Since then, the two powers have split to control the country, on the one hand, the government of the National Integration (GNA) recognized by the international community and on the other, a power in the south embodied by Marshal Khalifa Hafar made many allegations. Military victory.
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