Libya reconciles in Paris

Libya reconciles in Paris

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Under the aegis of the Eliseo, Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al Serraj and General Khalifa Haftar sign a "historic" agreement for reconciliation of the country and the organization of new political elections in the spring of 2018

The Libyan stabilization route goes from Paris. With the blessing of French President Emmanuel Macron, Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al Serraj and General Khalifa Haftar, considered the strong man of Cyrenaica, signed an agreement in the Celle-Saint-Cloud castle at the gates of Paris to begin a process of national reconciliation and the construction of a lasting peace. A process of reconciliation that will lead to elections in spring 2018, and which must have a short-term goal, according to the new Eliseo tenant's "eliminating arms trafficking fueling terrorism and trafficking in human beings Migratory routes ". During the joint conference, President Macron wanted to thank the Italian Prime minister, Paolo Gentiloni, for reaching this diplomatic achievement. In the joint statement read at the end of the meeting, the two Libyan leaders have pledged for a ceasefire and for parliamentary and presidential elections to be held in the spring. "We are committed to ceasing the fire and avoiding any use of armed force for any reason not to be counter-terrorism." The new United Nations emissary for Libya, Ghassam Salamé, also took part in the meeting.