Salama meets int’l officials, try to unify stance towards Libya

The UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salama, held a series of separate meetings with international officials as part of his efforts to create a unified international stance towards the crisis in Libya.

Salama began his talks with a meeting with Kuwait’s Ambassador to Libya Mubarak Al-Adwani, followed by a meeting with US Charge d’affaires, Joshua Harris, and Malta’s Ambassador to Libya, Saliba Charles.

“As part of his ongoing efforts to build a unified Int’l. position on Libya, SRSG Ghassan Salame

 met today separately with Kuwait’s Amb. to #Libya Mubarak Al-Adwani, US Embassy Chargé d’ Affaires Joshua Harris & Malta Amb. Saliba Charles (pic), who invited him to Malta this month.” UNSMUl stated on twitter account.

Three weeks ago, Salame met with UAE Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed during a visit to Abu Dhabi. Both officials  discussed ways to end the ongoing fighting in Libya, and the return to the political process, according to UNSMIL Twitter account.

Salame explained the heavy human cost of the fighting in Libya. He stressed the importance of adhering to a unified roadmap for reuniting the Libyans and helping them to agree and reconcile.


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