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Arab and Western officials talk about Libya in Munich


The French Foreign Minister, Jean-Marc Aero, travelled on Saturday to take part in the ministerial meeting on Libya in Munich.

A Foreign Ministry spokesman, Romain Nadal, said in a statement, that the meeting aims at supporting the ongoing political process in order to form the Government of National Accord (GNA) as quickly as possible and achieving stability in the country.

Nadal added that the meeting will emphasize the western concern over the humanitarian and security situation in the country as well as fight and control over the oil crescent by Islamic State group (IS).

The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shokry met the high representative of security and foreign policy of the European Union, Federica Mogherini, on the sidelines of the conference in Munich.

Shokry discussed with Mogherini the latest developments in Libya and the importance of accelerating the formation of the GNA to assume its responsibilities in bringing stability, fighting against terrorist organizations and achieve the aspirations of the Libyan people.

The special envoy of the United Nations in Libya, Martin Kobler, held on Saturday, talks about the situation in Libya, with several figures in Germany.

The official Facebook page of the UNSMIL, stated that Kobler met the Foreign Dutch Minister, the American and Italian envoys to Libya and political affairs official at the German Foreign Ministry.

Those figures have met on the sidelines of the political and security conference in the German city of Munich, which will be held over three days, to discuss security issues and the fight against terrorism.