Tripoli- The United Nations Support Mission in Libya denied today, Thursday, its responsibility for the circulation of the names of participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum sponsored by the United Nations, which is scheduled to be held in Geneva in the coming weeks. In a circular issued by the mission about the lists of participants rumored to have been leaked, the official spokesperson for the United Nations mission, “Jan Abu Alam,” said: “Once again, I would like to emphasize that the mission is not responsible for any information circulating, including the circulation of multiple copies with names of participants in the next Libyan Political dialogue forum, as long as this information or names were not issued by the mission or published on its website or official pages on social media platforms. Abu Alam confirmed that the mission is in the process of preparing to hold the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum in the coming weeks, and that once arrangements are completed, the mission will publish all the details related to the dialogue, including the date and place of the meeting and what concerns the participants. International contacts are continuing to arrange the next round of negotiations between the parties to the Libyan crisis in Geneva under the auspices of the United Nations at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.
Source: Libya News Agency