Urgent Kuwait demands the withdrawal of foreign forces from Libya
Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Ahmed Al-Sabah called, Thursday, for the gradual and simultaneous removal of all mercenaries and foreign forces from Libya,
Stressing the need to ensure the security and stability of Libya.
During his speech at the opening ceremony of the stability conference in Libya, he affirmed Kuwait's commitment to the unity and sovereignty of Libya, and its rejection of foreign interference in Libyan affairs.
Libya is hosting an international conference to help secure stability in the country, ahead of crucial presidential elections scheduled for December.
About 30 international delegates attended the conference, including representatives from the United States, Egypt, the UAE, Qatar, the United Nations, the European Union, the African Union and the Arab League.
The minister said that the conference aims to ensure the optimal implementation of United Nations resolutions and the resolutions of the first and second Berlin conferences regarding Libya.
Representatives from the United Nations, the European Union and the countries active in Libya participated in the conference.
The Libyan Foreign Minister said: "Through this initiative, we want Libya to be an arena for positive economic competition,
With the aim of establishing a national mechanism and a unified international and regional position that supports and aligns with this vision.” In addition, the goal of the initiative is to “push the economy forward and improve the standard of living.”
The UN-backed roadmap called for parliamentary and presidential elections to be held on December 24, and for the removal of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya.