The delegations participating in the activities of the International Ministerial Conference on the Stability Initiative for Libya, which is hosted by the capital, Tripoli, continued to arrive on Thursday, and it aims to give impetus to the transitional path ahead of the fateful elections for the country.
It is expected that the conference, which is organized at the invitation of the Government of National Unity, will witness the participation of 31 countries and international and regional organizations, including representatives of neighboring countries and many Arab and Western countries, as well as the permanent members of the Security Council, with the aim of unifying efforts aimed at helping Libya cross the current stage and the completion of the necessary entitlements ahead.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Ramtane Lamamra, arrived earlier today in Tripoli, to participate in the ministerial conference, at the invitation of his Libyan counterpart, Mrs. Najla El-Mangoush.
Lamamra’s participation in this conference comes to emphasize Algeria’s firm position and its permanent solidarity with the brotherly Libyan people in order to restore security and stability and achieve national reconciliation.
To secure the course of the conference, local reports stated that the Ministry of Interior, under high-level government supervision, made special preparations to receive international delegations, as it closed the Shatt Road extending in the capital, Tripoli, from the island of (Duran Ispan) to the island of (Duran Souk) the day before yesterday, Tuesday, and the roads run from Thursday morning until further notice.
Clarifying the contents and tracks of the “Libya Stability Initiative” with its military-security and economic aspects, and the ministry’s preparations for the conference, the Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla El-Mangoush, had confirmed that the goal of the initiative lies in “setting appropriate mechanisms and practical procedures for the actual implementation of the results and outputs of the Berlin Conferences (1 and 2) International Security Council for Libya and the relevant Security Council Resolutions 2570 and 2571, with a view to achieve stability throughout Libya.