US, European and Arab stakeholders to meet in Washington to tackle situation in Libya

The United States’ (US) special envoy for Libya, Richard Norland, is expected to meet with his European counterparts from France, Italy, and Germany, as well as the the United Nations’ (UN) envoy to Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, on January 13 in Washington.

Africa Intelligence reported that diplomats in charge of the file in Cairo or Abu Dhabi could also join the meeting, referring to the fact that the special envoys had recently gathered in Tunisia.

According to the report, the January 13 meeting should find some solutions to the situation in Libya, as on the sidelines of the event, Washington could try to promote the candidacy of American diplomat Kenneth Gluck as UNSMIL’s No. 2, replacing Zimbabwean Raisedon Zenenga, who has been in office since 2020, and is expected to leave his post at the end of January.


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