Mohamed bin Zayed and Macron declare support for the “Cairo Declaration” to resolve the Libyan crisis

The Libyan Address Journal

Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and French President Emmanuel Macron have expressed their support for the Egyptian initiative to resolve the crisis in Libya.

In a phone call, bin Zayed and Macron stressed the necessity of “an immediate and comprehensive ceasefire, return to the political track and activate the conclusions of the Berlin Conference and the relevant United Nations resolutions related.”

According to a statement by the Emirati Foreign Ministry, bin Zayed and Macron have expressed their welcome for the resumption of dialogue between the two parties to the conflict in Libya, within the framework of the Joint Military Committee.

Earlier, Macron expressed to his Egyptian counterpart, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, in a phone call, his support for the “Cairo Declaration”, which seeks to find a resolution to the crisis in Libya.

The Declaration called for “the initiative to stop the ceasefire, and obligate the foreign parties to remove the mercenaries, dismantle the militias, and surrender their weapons, as well as complete the path of the Military 5+5 Commission in Geneva.”

The “Cairo Declaration” the initiative also aims to equitable representation of all three regions of Libya, in Cyrenaica, Tripolitania, and Fezzan, in a presidential council elected by the people under the supervision of the United Nations.


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