The main negotiators of the United States for the Libya conflict announced this Saturday their intention to continue to work actively with all Libyan parties, the internationally recognized government of Tripoli and the authorities of the east of the country to resolve the armed conflict.
In a virtual meeting, Senior Director of the National Security Council for the Middle East and North Africa, General Miguel Correa, and Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, expressed their interest in continuing to negotiate with both parties and agreed that both parties would “decline” foreign interference and try to participate in peaceful dialogue. “
Norland telephoned this provision to the head of the Libyan Presidential Council in Tripoli, Fayez Al Sarraj, with a view to concluding a “permanent ceasefire agreement,” according to the US Embassy statement gathered by the media in Libya, observers’
The US recommended that both parties introduce “a demilitarized solution” and “allow the National Petroleum Corporation to resume its vital work on behalf of all Libyans”.