Al-Sarraj: Solution to Libya’s conflict starts with ending foreign intervention

The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj has confirmed that the solution for the Libyan crisis starts by ending foreign intervention that helped fueled the conflicts in the first place.

On the sidelines of the Human Rights Council’s meetings in Geneva, Al-Sarraj told European Union ambassadors on Tuesday that the ongoing crisis is all related to the Libyan dream of a civilian and democratic state in defiance of someone who wants to reinstate military rule.

Meanwhile on Monday, Al-Sarraj met with the Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres and both agreed to work toward ending the violations in Libya, reiterating the need for monitoring the arms embargo on all borders not only the maritime ones.

They reviewed the breached of the UN Security Council irresolution of ceasefire and end of hostilities in Libya, as well as the commitment of all stakeholders to the arms embargo.

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