Marking 100 days in office, the Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, said the Government of National Unity (GNU) will propose “Libya Stability” initiative at Berlin II Conference on Wednesday.
Al-Mangoush said the GNU had been preparing the initiative for the last three months and it would aim at creating mechanisms to resolve security and economic problems, unify the Libyan Army under one command and activate the ceasefire agreement, including putting a deadline for the withdrawal of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya.
“The initiative aims to allow Libyans to have their say in this new period in cooperation with countries that supported our stability. It will also propose forming an international work group chaired by Libya at the foreign ministers’ level to bolster Libya’s vision for solutions and maintain its sovereignty.” She remarked.
She reiterated that the GNU would push for the implementation of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum’s roadmap, especially holding general elections and achieving national reconciliation as well as unifying state institutions.
Berlin II Conference kicks off Wednesday with the participation of Germany, the UN, Algeria, China, African Union, France, Egypt, Italy, Morocco, Holland, Russia, Turkey, UAE, UK, US, Switzerland, Tunisia, Arab League and European Union.