Macron calls for end of international divisions over Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

NEW YORK – French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday called on the international community to end its divisions over Libya if it wants to lead to a way out of the crisis in this country.

“We will not give  Libyans the means to get out of the crisis if we continue to divide”, said Macron in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly.

“In Paris, Libyans have made the commitment to quickly organize elections that will reunify state institutions,” said Emmanuel Macron without mentioning the date of December 10 held at a meeting of key Libyan officials in May at the Elysee.

“These commitments must be held under the auspices of the United Nations with close cooperation of the African Union”, insisted the French president. “The current status quo allows militias, traffickers to gain ground, destabilizing the entire region.”


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