EU reaffirms support for Libya’s stability
The delegation of the European Union to Libya has reaffirmed its support for stability, democratic transition and prosperity in the country.
On Tuesday, the ambassadors of the EU and its member states to Libya met senior officials in the capital, Tripoli, including Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Serraj, the Head of High Council of State Khalid Al-Meshri, Foreign Minister Mohamed Sayala, and Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha.
“In our meetings we reaffirmed the EU’s unwavering commitment to Libya’s stability, democratic transition and prosperity. We are keen to develop with our Libyan neighbour a solid partnership based on shared interests and values,” the EU delegation said.
“We call on all parties to put aside their differences and work towards the establishment of a stable, unified and inclusive government that can deliver basic services for all Libyans,” it added.
The delegation called on the Central Bank of Libya to fund the basic services in the country, particularly in southern Libya, while highlighting the importance of building an appropriate framework for effective governance.