The Address | Benghazi – Libya
BRUSSELS – The European Union announced on Thursday, September 13th, its willingness to coordinate with the United Nations and other partners to consider accountability for those who hinder the implementation of recent agreements or threaten sovereign institutions in Libya.
“It is time for real change to end what he called the frenzy of Libyan resources and the atmosphere of fear,” the EU said in a statement. stressing its willingness to help build state institutions.”
The statement also indicated EU support for the efforts of the UN Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) to achieve stability in Tripoli, calling on all parties to join al-Zawia agreement; saying that any violation of the cease-fire, such as rocket attacks on Mitiga Airport or any provocative statements, violates International Law.