Sources: Aguila Saleh will discuss with the American ambassador restructuring the Presidency Council
The Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Counselor Aguila Saleh, arrived in Cairo, to resume a series of international and regional meetings within the framework of the efforts aimed at resolving the Libyan crisis, according to what Al-Arabiya sources reported. Presidential Council.
Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump’s administration began translating its proposal to find a demilitarized solution in Sirte and Jufrah, and to reopen the Libyan oil sector with full transparency, on the ground between the Libyan parties.
It is expected that Saleh’s talks in Egypt will include a meeting with the US ambassador to Cairo, Jonathan Cohen, To discuss Libyan developments, and to meet with Western delegations, in addition to the Egyptian leadershipAccording to what was reported by Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper.
In a statement yesterday evening, the US embassy in Libya revealed in a statement, hypothetical consultations conducted by an American delegation, headed by the Director of the National Security Council for the Middle East and North Africa Miguel Correa, and the US ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, to push for concrete and urgent steps to implement the proposal. American.
“During separate discussions with Libyan National Security Adviser Taj Al-Din Al-Razaki and Chairman of the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee Youssef Al-Aqouri, Major General Correa and Ambassador Norland emphasized the need for a Libyan-led process to restore the country’s sovereignty and expel foreigners from it,” the embassy said.
According to the statement, the United States pledged to continue engaging “actively with a group of Libyan leaders, ready to reject harmful foreign intervention, de-escalate the situation, and work together for a peaceful solution that benefits all Libyans.”
The US ambassador to Libya said that he spoke on the phone the day before yesterday with Fayez al-Sarraj to obtain a briefing on efforts to reach a final formula for a Libyan solution that would strengthen a permanent ceasefire, increase transparency in economic institutions, and advance the political process under the auspices of the United Nations.
According to a statement by the American embassy yesterday, the American ambassador spoke about implementing a demilitarized solution in central Libya and enabling the National Oil Corporation to resume its vital work on behalf of all Libyans, pointing out that he also consulted over the phone with Fathi Bash Agha, Minister of Interior of the Sarraj government, On the efforts exerted to build confidence between the parties, which would lead to a comprehensive Libyan solution in Sirte and Jufrah.
The US embassy also pledged that it would remain actively engaged with all Libyan parties that reject foreign interference and seek to meet in a peaceful dialogue, including the Government of National Accord and the House of Representatives.