Libyan delegations meet for peace talks

by MCR Correspondent
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Delegations from the Libyan Supreme Council of State and the Tobruk-based House of Representatives have met in Malta as part of ongoing Libyan talks.

Libyan politicians who were present at the talks on Friday October 9, 2020, said a solution was “close” following the talks.

Libyan Supreme Council of State member Abdulaziz Taher Haribs said there was nothing better than having Libyans meeting to find solutions for their problems.

“Interference from other parties can make the problem more complicated,” he said.

Underlining that there is hope from the meeting, Musab al-Abid, a member of the Tripoli parliament said, “Foreign interference is the main issue of Libyan conflicts.”

Foreign Minister Evarist Bartolo said his wish is to see peace and stability in Libya.

“Libyan politicians need to work together to plan how to build Libya afresh,” said Bartolo.

The delegations signed a draft agreement Tuesday on criteria for appointments for positions of sovereignty.

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