The Minister of Middle East and North Africa affairs in the British Foreign Ministry, Tobias Ellwood, said that only Government of National Accord can start effective governance in Libya, restore stability, face threats posed by the Islamic State (IS), and the illegal migration.
He added, in news conference after Rome conference about Libya, that all Libyan political factions should sign the agreement on 16 December, confirming that there is no substitute to the political process brokered by the United Nations, and the agreement announced last October.
He mentioned that Britain is ready with its international partners to support the unity government to restore peace and stability. He called all parties to unite in the process and support an agreement that represents every faction and achieve Libyans interests.
Ellwood welcomed the support of wide sector of Libyans, from different political sects, for the agreement.
The Italian capital, Rome, hosted, Monday, ministerial conference about Libya with the presence of the United Nations, European Council, Arab League, African Union, Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, UAE, China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, Turkey, Britain, United States, and Libyan representatives.