African leaders agree to send a mission to assess the situation in Libya

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“The African leaders have decided to send a mission to assess the situation in Libya and the extent to which the Libyan parties respect the ceasefire,” said Ismail Sharqi, the African Union’s Peace and Security Commissioner.

Al-Sharqi stressed, in a press conference today, Monday, on the sidelines of the 33rd African Union Summit held in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, the need to implement the outputs of the “Berlin Summit”, stressing “the monitoring of fighters coming from Libya on the African coast and the Lake Chad region,” according to the channel “Arabic”.

He also stressed that “African leaders reject foreign interference in Libya and are working to stop it.”

The work of the second day of the African Union summit in which a large number of heads of state and member governments participate, in addition to the prime ministers of Palestine, Canada, Norway, the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Secretary-General of the League of Arab States.

The agenda of the summit is issued ways to end wars and unrest in Africa through the initiative “Silence of Guns 2020”, the bloody conflict in Libya, terrorism, combating extremism and security chaos in the Sahel countries and the Lake Chad region and the expansion of “ISIS”, in addition to traditional files such as migration, institutional reform, free zone and development.

The head of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki, had stressed during the opening of the African Summit in Ethiopia, on Sunday, “the necessity of a political solution in Libya,” stressing that “the African continent desperately needs freedom.”

Faki expressed his support for the solution in Libya in line with the outputs of the Berlin conference, stressing the desire to solve the Libyan crisis Africa without external interference, and stressed that “the African continent desperately needs freedom”, noting that “tensions in the African continent affect member countries.”



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