Delegations from the Libyan High Council of State of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Tobruk-based House of Representatives met Friday in Malta as part of ongoing Libyan Dialogue talks.
According to the Times of Malta, Libyan politicians said a solution is close following the talks, while the Libyan High Council of State member Abdulaziz Taher Hariba told the newspaper that there was nothing better than having Libyans meeting to find solutions for their problems.
“Interference from other parties can make the problem more complicated,” he said.
The Maltese Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo said his wish is to see peace and stability in Libya.
“Libyan politicians need to work together to plan how to build Libya afresh,” said Bartolo.
The delegations signed a draft agreement Tuesday in Morocco’s Bouznika on criteria for appointments for positions of sovereignty.