UN Security Council calls for immediate end to hostilities in Libya The adviser attended a meeting of the Security Task Force for Libya (5 + 5) in Tunisia yesterday in the presence of all members of the Joint Military Committee (5 + 5).
Stephanie Williams, the United Nations adviser to Libya, said at a Security Council meeting in Tunisia on Wednesday that there were “valuable discussions” on monitoring the ceasefire and arms reduction in Libya.
Williams wrote on his Twitter account: “Yesterday in Tunisia, with the cooperation of France, I chaired the full meeting of the Security Task Force for Libya. Members of the Joint Military Commission (5 + 5) And Group Co-Chairs for the United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy and the African Union.
He added, “We had valuable discussions Ceasefire monitoring Disarmament and mobilization and the way forward for the work of the Joint Military Commission (5 + 5) “.
“I also emphasize the importance of ensuring that stability and peace are maintained on the ground, and I congratulate the members of the Joint Military Commission (5 + 5) for their achievements so far,” Williams continued.
He noted that before the Security Council meeting, he had met with senior officials from the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Egypt and Turkey. About the latest developments in Libya“.
Williams thanked the authorities for their support in “arranging for the Libyan people to hold elections as soon as possible on a firm basis and in a consensual constitutional framework to achieve their aspirations in electing their representatives.”
Following the Security Council’s approval on Friday, a resolution was passed extending the mandate given to countries and regional organizations to inspect ships off the coast of Libya.
Russia voted 14 in favor of the resolution, while Russia abstained. The brief result extends the mandate for inspections by one year.
The European naval operation “UNIF for Med IRINI” has been operating under a Security Council resolution since 2020.
In order to justify his country’s vote, Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, condemned the “strangulation” imposed by the European Union on the cruise control regime.