The Italian Foreign Minister, Paolo Gentiloni, said that the route to achievethe agreement between Libyan parties “is not easy”, describing consensus on signing the political agreement between Libyans, during their meeting in Tunisia under the auspices of the United Nations, as “good start”.
Gentiloni’s statement came two days before Rome Conference about Libya with the participation of the United States, European Council, permanent members of the Security Council and other regional states, on Sunday in Rome.
Gentiloni added, on the sidelines of meeting at the headquarters of (Eni) group in Rome, Friday, that “the message of Rome conference is simple, which is that any agreement should be emanated from Libyans themselves, inclusive enough to stay for long time”.
The Italian news agency (AKI) quoted that the Italian minister saying “there can’t be any third government in the exile”.
The Italian government announced that its foreign ministry in Rome is hosting, Sunday, a ministerial meeting, between the US, Russia, the EU, the UN, Egypt, Turkey, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and Algeria, beside the Arab League.
The representatives of the Libyan parties will attend the meeting, in reference to the House of Representatives (HoR) in Tobruk and the General National Congress (GNC) in Tripoli.