Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, held a meeting with the ambassadors and envoys of the United States, Britain, France, Germany and Italy to Libya, (known as members of the “p3 + 2” group,) in Tripoli.
Dbeibah’s media office said the diplomats briefed the PM on the results of their recent meetings in the United States, the Security Council session on Libya, and the coordination of international efforts in support of elections.
He reaffirmed his support for the efforts of the UN envoy Abdoulaye Bathily, saying they are consistent with the vision of the Government of National Unity for the next stage, especially holding elections, ending the transitional stages and unifying the local and international efforts to help Libya issue a free and fair constitutional basis.
The Libyan PM reiterated the need for having a pledge document for the parties to accept the election results, assuring the foreign ambassadors and special envoys to Libya that his government “continues to provide its services to all Libyans despite the circumstances.”
The foreign ambassadors and envoys confirmed their support for Bathily’s efforts, which seek to hold elections before the end of this year, praising the work made by the GUN in this file and hailing its clear vision for elections.