The United Nations (UN) Special Envoy to Libya, Stephanie Williams, shared on her Twitter account that she met with the Head of the HCS Khalid al-Mishri in the capital Tripoli.
During the talks, Williams emphasized that Libya’s current transition period should not be extended and that all parties should focus on the elections.
In addition to this, Williams stated that the demands of the 2.5 million Libyan voters should be considered and the roadmap determined by the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LSDF) should be followed.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, who attended the graduation ceremony of the 111th Battalion of the Libyan Army on the same day, used the expressions “yes to peace, no to wars, yes to building and stability and defending the civility of our state” in his speech during the ceremony.
The Libyan presidential election, which was scheduled to take place on December 24 last year under a UN roadmap, was postponed without any new date for the vote.