LIBYAPROSPECT – London
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London said that the ministerial meeting discussed the Libyan Situation and talked about breaking the political deadlock by supporting the efforts of the United Nations in Libya.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office said on its official website that “the meeting is an opportunity to discuss how to break the political deadlock in Libya, and to build momentum in support of the efforts of the UN Secretary General and his Special Representative. Helping to bring stability to Libya is a vital part of UK efforts to tackle the threat from terrorism and the issue of illegal migration, which exist in close proximity to Europe.”
It is worth mentioning that the meeting that was held on Wednesday and Thursday in London talked about the Libyan crisis, the Hurricane Irma, and the North Korean problems.