On Tuesday evening, direct security and military talks between officers representing the Libyan National Army and the Accord Government concluded in the Egyptian city of Hurghada. The United Nations mission reviewed
On Tuesday evening, direct security and military talks between officers representing the Libyan National Army and the Accord Government concluded in a city Hurghada Egyptian.
In a statement after the conclusion of the talks, the United Nations mission reviewed the most important recommendations reached by the two parties, most notably the speedy holding of the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee meetings with direct meetings during the next week, and the immediate release of everyone who is detained on identity without any conditions or restrictions.
The recommendations included taking urgent measures to exchange detainees due to the military operations before the end of next October, by forming specialized committees from the concerned parties.
The mission statement stated that the meeting agreed to stop the campaigns of media escalation and hate speech and replace it with the rhetoric of tolerance and reconciliation, reject violence and terrorism, and to accelerate the opening of air and land transportation lines in a manner that guarantees freedom of movement for citizens between all Libyan cities.
The mission pointed out that the two assemblies study the security arrangements for the region, which will be determined in the next stage in light of the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee meetings, pointing to their agreement on the importance of referring the issue of the tasks and responsibilities of the Petroleum Facilities Guard to the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee and giving it priority in order to assess the situation from All aspects of it, study it, and take measures to ensure the regularity of the production and export process.
The UN mission stated that these talks took place on Monday and Tuesday under the auspices of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, in an atmosphere dominated by a spirit of responsibility, transparency and mutual trust.
The UN mission expressed its sincere gratitude to the Egyptian government for its efforts in facilitating the convening of this important round of Libyan talks, likewise appreciating the efforts of the members of the two delegations, and welcoming the results reached.