Siala At Border Security Conference In Sudan:’Our Region Faces Challenges That We Should Collectively Meet.

Khartoum, The GNA Foreign Minister Mohamed Siala has praised support for the Government of National Accord locally and internationally, in its effort to restore peace and stability in the country. Speaking at the Ministerial Conference on enhancement of cooperation in security and control of borders between Libya, Sudan, Niger and Chad in Khartoum, Siala said 'this support along with national and international efforts would enable us to achieve positive results along the consensus track that we have chosen.' Siala informed participants of the latest developments in the political situation in Libya, indicating that the Paris declaration has called for referendum on the constitution and presidential and parliamentary elections in December. The success of What has been agreed in Paris Remains subject to cooperation and commitment to obligations by the Libyan parties, Siala said, adding that the Government of National Consensus has fulfilled all its obligations towards the electoral process by allocating the funds and providing the facilities to enable a fair and transparent elections, and is pushing to reunite the Libyan National Army. Siala said the GNA Government welcomes international efforts to resolve the crisis, and stressed that the efforts integrated and consistent and there are no differences in vision and approach. Only joint work will make tangible results on the ground, the Minister said. The danger faced by the region, Siala went, is one danger, and the events that happen now and again give evidence to a week security system that created a suitable environment for the outlaw and terrorist groups to move and act freely. The crimes perpetrated by these groups are forbidden by all religions, and would only increase our resolve to fight terrorism by better control of our borders to undercut terrorist groups ability to regroup and communicate with one another. The Minister concluded by stressing Libya commitment to what has been agreed at the meeting as a step in the right direction, saying such commitment will positively reflect on our countries and regional environment and indeed on the southern flank of the Mediterranean.

Source: Libya News Agency