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The UN meeting on Libyan dialogue


Representatives of leading countries in the United Nations are attending a meeting about the Libyan case in New York, Friday, 2-OCTOBER-2015.

United Nations Security General, Ban Ki-Moon, said that there is no agreement that perfect, “but this document will help Libya move beyond the chaos and toward the creation of a stable and democratic state with a clear legal framework,”

“As we work to ensure that this text is accepted by the Libyans, let us be clear: All those who choose to remain outside this framework will be responsible for the consequences and suffering that will ensue.” He Added.

From his side, Jordan representative called for all parties to uphold the national interest in addition to respecting legitimacy, the political agreement, and decisions of the Security Council.

He also added that, not much time remains for procrastination from parties who stumble the agreement. If the Libyan example in talks and consensus succeeds, it will be an example for the international community and the Arab nation.

Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil Al-Araby, paid respects to the Libyan symbols participating in the political agreement, calling them “patriotic”. Al-Araby called for seize fire, national reconciliation, and building the institutions of democracy and ruling in order to establish for the legitimacy of elections.

Representatives of Britain, Spain, Holland, Russia, and Norway had their words in the meeting. Holland PM called for evoking the character Mahatma Gandhi.

Representatives of other countries, such as Malta, New Zealand, Germany, France, Turkey and others talked about the importance of the dialogue and how important for Libyans to go through this historical chance to come to an end of the chaos and crisis in Libya, to settle and start in the road of construction, work and prosperity, and walk out of the crisis of war and fighting.

Speeding up the forming of national accord government was the most important step, according to speakers, so that the international groups can help Libya in all it needs in construction, security, and stability.