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Abu Al-Gheit calls Libyans for holding the PA

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LIBYAPROSPECT – Tunisia

The General Secretary of the Arab League, Ahmed Abu Al-Gheit, had welcomed, during his visit to Tunisia, the Arab League special envoy to Libya, Salah Al-Dein Jamaly. He stressed the importance of increasing efforts carried by the Arab League to get Libya out of its current crisis, preventing it from sliding further into the armed conflict.

Abu Al-Gheit had renewed the Arab League commitment to fully support the efforts to encourage the national reconciliation in Libya, prompting the political course, help it to continue the democratic transition period, and end the current divisions and polarization. He also expressed deep concern over the renewed clashes in Tripoli, pointing to the importance of preventing new armed confrontations in the oil Crescent area.

From his side, the official spokesperson of the General Secretary of the Arb League, Mohamed Afifi, , said that Abu Al-Gheit had directed his special envoy to continue efforts carried out inside Libya, encourage all Libyan parties to join the political process and conciliation efforts, with a good will to complete dues cited in the Political Agreement (PA), signed one year ago in Shkirat city in Morocco.

Abu Al-Gheit had mentioned the importance of uniting and coordinating Arab, regional, and international efforts to peacefully settle the Libyan crisis, strain from any international interferences in the inner affairs, preserve Libya sovereignty, independence, and unity, confirming the need to improve coordination among the Arab League, the African Union, and the United Nations.

The official spokesperson also added that “Jamaly, from his side, had reviewed the outcomes of the talks and discussions he carried since he was appointed on Nov. 10. He also viewed his coming plans that will include visits to Libya to meet the head of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Sarraj, and the head of the House of Representatives (HoR), Aqeela Saleh.”