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The agenda of London meeting on Libya



The Foreign Ministers of the United States of America, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Egypt, and United Arab Emirates (UAE) to meet on 13 and 14 of the current month in London to discuss the Libyan crisis and North Korean problem.

The British Foreign Ministry informed the other five countries of the agenda of the meeting. The program stressed the necessity of supporting the United Nation’s efforts through its mission in Libya that led by Ghassan Salame who is attending the meeting.

The agenda clarified that the meeting should talk only about the ways to support the official institutions affiliated with the outcomes of the Political Agreement that was signed in Skhirat in December 2015. It stressed that no military support to be provided to any military groups in Libya.

The agenda said that the only way to end the crisis in Libya is to amend the Political Agreement, adding that there must be no time limit for the validity of the Political Agreement.

The agenda said that the Political Agreement is needed, as the only way, to prepare for the parliamentary and presidential elections.

The other thing that schedule highlighted is that the civic leadership should lead the official military institution for the sake of protecting the new-born democracy in Libya.

It is worth mentioning that the British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, said that London meeting is to restrain the activities of the regional countries which cause the chaos in Libya.

The meeting would listen to the opinion of Salame on the situation in Libya and his talks with the different factions in Libya and the region.