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Salame talks in Tarhouna about security arrangements



The United Nations Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, visited the city of Tarhouna, on Saturday, and met with the local Municipal Council members, the members of the House of Representatives (HoR) on Tarhouna city and the elders to discuss the new security arrangements in the capital city (Tripoli). He also talked about the UN Action Plan for Libya including the expected National Meeting as well as the elections.

Salame told the attendees that since the ceasefire agreement, the security had improved in Tripoli and some security officials had been changed the cabinet was reshuffled. He added that the new Security Arrangements are being implemented, clarifying that “things don’t change overnight, but we see progress.”

Salame stated that “we are holding the National Meeting (Al-Multaqa Al-Watani) so that Libyans can decide the election date, their constitutional framework, the mechanism to distribute the resources. and more.” He added that “these recommendations will be taken to the United Nations Security Council who will push for their implementation.”