Guterres at the Berlin Conference: The conflict in Libya cannot be resolved militarily

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stressed the importance of a political process to solve the Libyan crisis.

According to United Nations data, Guterres said in his speech at the Berlin conference on the Libyan crisis today, Sunday: "I am convinced that there will be no military solution in Libya," stressing the need to prevent the war from worsening, so that the conflict does not end in "a human nightmare" and to The state is not permanently divided.

In order to achieve this, the Secretary-General of the United Nations stressed that the "flagrant" violations of the United Nations arms embargo must stop, and he said: "For Libya's immediate neighbors - especially for the southern Mediterranean and the Sahel region - the consequences (conflict) are dire and tangible: increased terrorism." , And increase in human trafficking, and increase in arms and drug trafficking. "

It is noteworthy that Libya has been experiencing a civil war since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi's regime in 2011. The government of Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj is recognized internationally, but it controls only small areas surrounding the Libyan capital, Tripoli, in western Libya. On the other hand, Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter and his allies control large parts of the country.

The current Berlin conference to discuss the Libyan crisis is the largest international effort made so far to bring peace to Libya.


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