The representative of Jordan to the United Nations, Dina Kawar, confirmed her country’s welcome to the Security Council Resolution No. 2259, about the Libyan political accord in Shkrita and the resulted Government of National Accord headed by Fayez Al-Sarraj.
She hoped that the new unity government would response to all aspirations and demands of Libyans, maintain the state’s unity and security.
She added, in her speech in front of the Security Council, that the international community should ensure that there is no political vacuum inside Libya, provide adequate support to face all difficult challenges, referring that the Islamic State (IS) took advantage of the internal infighting and controlled many strategical positions inside the country, which confirms the need to fight its expansion in cooperation with the international community.
Kawar concluded by saying “we hope that the United Nations special representatives, Martin Kobler, take such concerns into considerations”.
Number of members inside the House of Representatives (HoR) and the General National Congress (GNC) and other political figures and representatives of civil society signed agreement under the auspices of the UN in Morocco, last Thursday, to unite both governments vying for the last year and half.