The parties to the conflict in Libya must return to the settlement under egidoy the UN, said in a statement.
The UN security Council called on all sides in the Libyan conflict to de-escalate and return to the process of political settlement under the auspices of the organization. This is stated in the statement of the UN security Council.
“The members of the Security Council underlined the need to urgently de-escalate the situation and cease-fire by all parties”, – the document says.
In addition, the security Council “urged all parties to immediately return to the political settlement under the auspices of the UN and reiterated its full support for the leading role in this process, the special representative of the UN Secretary General Hassan Salaam”.
“Durable peace and stability come to Libya only through a political solution,” the statement reads.
Security Council members condemned the attack on the migrants accommodation centre near Tripoli, on 2 July, in which 53 people died and over 130 were wounded.
“The Security Council stressed the importance of sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Libya and called on all member States not to intervene in the conflict” and not to take actions that exacerbate it, according to a statement to the press.
As reported, on 3 July the UN security Council at an emergency meeting in a closed format could not accept a joint resolution condemning the airstrike on a refugee camp near Tripoli. The resolution was blocked the USA.
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