Kremlin: The Russian And French Presidents Stress An Urgent Ceasefire In Libya

Moscow- Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, called on Friday, during their virtual meeting, for an urgent ceasefire in Libya and the resumption of dialogue to resolve the crisis in the country. The Kremlin, in a statement issued after the meeting, said that “Putin” and “Macron” expressed their common concern about the continuation of hostilities in Libya. The Kremlin added that the two sides affirmed their support for the call for an urgent cease-fire and the resumption of dialogue between the Libyan parties in line with the decisions of the Berlin Conference held on January 19, 2020 and Resolution No. 2510, which was confirmed and issued by the United Nations Security Council. He also called on the Russian and French Presidents to unite international efforts aimed at settling the crisis through diplomatic and political means.


Source: Libya News Agency

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