Arab Summit calls for political solution to Libya’s crisis

  • Libyan Express |
  • Monday 27 March 2017

The Arab Countries taking part in the ministerial meeting at the Arab Summit in Amman, Jordan called on Monday for more support for the Libyan Government of National Accord, which was formed under the supervision of the UN and the Arab League.

The meeting called for a political solution for the Libyan conflict, rejecting any foreign intervention in Libya as it is a fully-sovereign country.

The meeting also stated that the countries are bothered by the current status quo in Libya.

The Arab Summit will kick off on Wednesday in Amman with anti-terrorism efforts and national Arab security issues topping the list of the meeting discussions.

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  • Intellectualist

    Democracy doesn’t sell if you only offer one flavor. You need two. Haftar and Sarraj are two that can cover both poles. Security vs. freedoms. No theocracy permitted.Balance two and achieve viable governance. Push only one and you create your own opposition plus grant fertile ground for defective ideologies like Daesh. Control the default choice.