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Libya: Security Council unanimously votes to renew work mandate and major powers reiterate support for political process

Libya: Security Council unanimously votes to renew work mandate and major powers reiterate support for political process

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Tripoli – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: The United Nations Security Council unanimously voted to extend the mission of the United Nations mission in Libya until the end of next January.
The United Nations has announced that the Security Council has voted unanimously on a draft resolution submitted by the United Kingdom in Libya. In the same context, the UK Ambassador to the Security Council said on his Twitter account that Libya was at a critical juncture and that the Security Council had a key role to play in this regard.
The UK added that the Libyan people need to look to a more stable future, including elections scheduled for December 24, and that elections need to be timely, reliable and inclusive. Britain explained that the UN special envoy and his team were playing a key role in the support, urging full implementation of the ceasefire agreement, including the immediate withdrawal of all foreign forces and mercenaries.
French mission to the UN Security Council, UN December 24, and enforce the ceasefire.
As for Russia, which had previously rejected the renewal, Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzia said their vote on renewing the mandate of the UN-backed movement in Libya until January 31 next year was based on firm belief. Will not be an alternative
Moreover, in his speech before the UN Security Council, his unanimous adoption of the resolution demonstrates the continued support of the international community for the Libyan people at this crucial and responsible stage of the political process, namely the forthcoming presidential and parliamentary elections on December 24.
The Russian envoy stressed the need to implement the results and recommendations of the UN-backed Mission Strategic Independent Review in Libya, and called on all parties to use the Council’s support, including reforming the structure of the mission. Hold elections on December 24 aimed at starting a new peaceful page in the history of the pro-UN movement in Libya. As for the United States, Jeffrey DeLorendis, the first adviser on political affairs at the US embassy to the United Nations, will visit the UN in Libya until January 31 next year. To the Security Council for failing to implement the recommendations of the Secretary – General’s Independent Strategic Review.
UN December 24 election.
The US ambassador said the report’s recommendations on the UN embassy’s command reflected Libya’s belief that the appointment of a Libyan ambassador was necessary based on Libyan views. It was an obstacle to the ambassador’s ability to handle Libyan actors intentionally and properly in Geneva.
Jeffrey Delarentis concluded his speech by saying that the failure to restructure the United Nations support system in Libya undermines joint efforts to achieve stability in Libya. The people are leading the national elections. On December 24th.
As for France, Nicolas de Rivier, France’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said France was renewing its mandate by voting to extend its full support for the UN-backed movement in Libya until January 31, 2022.
He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, adding that “the task of securing political change and preparing for the December 24 parliamentary and presidential elections” is essential. Withdrawal of foreign forces and mercenaries with the support of the community.
At the request of the Secretary-General, the French delegation called on the UN Security Council to restructure the United Nations support system in Libya during the January 2022 renewal, and that this restructuring was not an objective and a tool to improve the effectiveness of the UN mission in the country.
The United Nations House of Representatives in Libya and the Supreme Council of the State called on Libya to seize this opportunity and continue to accept their historic responsibilities and complete the legislative framework for elections.
It came within the framework of the start of consultative meetings of representatives of the two chambers in Rabat, Morocco on Thursday, where the meetings will discuss electoral law, in the presence of the US Special Envoy and Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland.
In its statement, the task force said it had received an invitation to attend the meeting and considered it an opportunity for further consultations on the legal framework for the election.
He explained that his technical team is participating in the meeting in order to provide technical support and advice in line with the policies of the United Nations and in support of the task of supporting the holding of parliamentary and presidential elections on December 24, 2021. Security Council Resolution No. 2570 of 2021 and the forum politically approved road map.
The meeting, chaired by Rabat, will include 12 members of the House of Representatives and members of the High Council. The consultations will continue for two days to agree on the electoral law on the basis of which the new parliament will be elected.

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