Libya’s 5+5 JMC meetings concluded in Cairo with agreement on expelling foreign mercenaries

The final statement of the Libyan 5+5 Military Commission (JMC) meetings in Cairo, the UN envoy to Libya Abdoulaye Bathily announced the establishment of a special office for coordination and follow-up on the exit of mercenaries from Libya.

Bathily also announced that a mechanism had been reached during the meetings to implement the exit of mercenaries, stressing the need for speedy and timely implementation of this mechanism on the ground.

“What we reached during the meetings is an important step, not only for Libya, but also for the entire region. We seek to calm the situation in Libya and speed up the implementation of the mechanism that we agreed on at those meetings.” He reaffirmed.

Meanwhile, the head of the Sudanese delegation participating at the JMC meetings said they would be supportive with information and analysis to implement the mechanism.

The head of the Nigerien delegation expressed his thanks and gratitude to the UN envoy for what he is doing to achieve peace in the region, pointing out that several important decisions were taken over the course of two days, and stressing the need to complete what has been achieved during the meetings and achieve what was agreed upon on the ground.


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