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Obama welcomes the Libyan accord

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The American President, Barack Obama, said in a letter he addressed to Libyans in the 64th independence anniversary that his country will stand by the Libyan people and fully support goals of building stable, secured, prosper Libya.

Obama welcomed the Libyan political accord signed on 17 December in the Moroccan city of Shkirat between the representatives of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the General National Congress (GNC) to form the Government of National Accord (GNA).

He added that Libyans have chance to work together to resolve all challenges they face including the absence of security and economical challenges that caused grave suffering.

The US embassy to Libya published, Thursday, on its official page, the letter of Obama that says:

“I hope that you accept my congratulations and wishes, while you celebrate the 64th anniversary for independence on 24 December. Protecting the goals of 2011 revolution to build inclusive institutions after 42 of dictatorship is big challenge, but Libyans show commitment to achieve such goals. Courageous Libyans participated in the United Nations dialogue for nearly more than a year to resolve the political crisis, and we welcome the Libyan political accord signed on 17 December by representatives of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the General National Congress (GNC). Only forming the Government of National Accord, which will be democratic and inclusive, can work to aspire Libyans demands of peace, prosperity and security. The Libyan people have the chance to work together and resolve all challenges they face, including the absence of security and economical obstacles that caused great suffering, all Libyans should unite to resolve such crisis. The US is fully committed to work with the new government, to face urgent economical problems, face terrorism, we stand with the Libyan people, fully support your goals to build stable, prosper and safe Libya”.