United Nations hopes to resume political dialogue in Libya through the Berlin conference


The United Nations said on Friday that it hopes to result in the Berlin conference to be held on Sunday to resume the political dialogue between the parties in Libya.

This came at a press conference held by the spokesman for the United Nations Secretary-General, Stephen Dougric, at the headquarters of the international organization in New York.

Dougrick said that the Secretary-General will leave New York this evening, heading to Berlin to participate in the work of the conference.

He added: “We want a united position and we want to resume the dialogue to give the Libyan people an opportunity to bring peace.”

He explained that the conference will witness the participation of many countries of the world and the main players in Libya, and we hope that the political dialogue will be resumed in order to achieve peace in this country.

In an attempt to reach a political solution to the Libyan conflict, next Sunday Berlin will host a summit to which the Prime Minister of Al-Wefaq winner al-Sarraj and retired Major General Khalifa Hifter were invited, and 11 other countries: the United States, Britain, Russia, France, China, Turkey, Italy, UAE, Egypt, Algeria, Congo.

Haftar forces have launched an attack since April 4 last, to control Tripoli, the seat of the legitimate government, which has aborted the efforts of the United Nations to hold a dialogue conference between the Libyans.


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