Libyan Muncipality join Skhirat agreement
24 Municipalities signed in Tunisia Monday on the Skhirat agreement initiated last Thursday in Morocco in the presence of the UN envoy to Libya, Martin Kobler.
Kobler, reaffirmed in a follow-up press conference that the joining of the municipal councils to the Serraj government is an essential part of the political agreement, pointing that the Skhirat agreement is Libyan-Libyan not a UN one.
“There’s a program ready to deal with the situation in Benghazi so that the road becomes safe for the IDPs to return and to found a fund for compensating the people who had material losses due to the war.” Concluded Kobler.
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