France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States welcome a majority vote of confidence in the House of Representatives, which will convene in Sirte from March 8-10 to recognize the government elected by the Prime Minister. Abdel-Hamid. Tabaiba to the Provisional Government of National Unity.
We appreciate the commitment of the Libyan people to restore the unity of their country. We commend all the Libyan parties who participated in this referendum constructively and facilitated it through an organization that represents the voices of the Libyan people.
This decision is an important step towards the unification of Libyan institutions and a comprehensive political solution to the crisis that has plagued Libya and its people. We will continue to support the Libyan people and the efforts of the United Nations through the Berlin process.
We welcome Prime Minister al-Sarraj’s statement in which he welcomed the council vote and expressed his desire to change power, and now call on all current Libyan officials and actors to accept the same responsibility and act smoothly and smoothly. Creative exchange of all skills. And obligations to the Interim Government of National Unity. The new interim executive will primarily be tasked with organizing free and fair presidential and parliamentary elections on December 24, 2021, following the transfer of power to democratically elected leaders in Libya. Full implementation of the October 23, 2020 Ceasefire Agreement; The beginning of the national reconciliation process; Meet the basic needs of the Libyan people.
France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States have welcomed the withdrawal of foreign and mercenary troops from the area around Carthage Airport to allow members of the House of Representatives to attend the parliamentary session in Sirte. Appreciate the work of the 5 + 5 Joint Military Team to make this possible. It is important to note that this development reflects an irreversible step towards the full implementation of the October 23, 2020 ceasefire agreement, including the withdrawal of all foreign fighters and mercenaries from all parts of Libya.
Thanks to the United Nations Mission in Support in Libya (UNSMIL) and the United Nations Secretary-General in Libya, John Kubic, for their tireless efforts to achieve stability in Libya and ensure stability and prosperity for the people.