U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) affirmed on Thursday that “a political solution, not a military one, is the way forward for Libya.”
“We support State Department‘s diplomatic efforts to ensure the holding of elections on Dec. 24, and the country’s path to greater stability and unity,” the Command tweeted today.
AFRICOM declared its support for the statement of the embassies of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States on Libya, in which the embassies confirmed their support for efforts to ensure that elections are held on scheduled date, December 24.
U.S. Africa Command recognizes that a political solution, not a military one, is the way forward for #Libya.
We support @StateDept's diplomatic efforts to ensure the holding of elections on Dec. 24, and the country's path to greater stability & unity. https://t.co/QvkgunEw7U
— US AFRICOM (@USAfricaCommand) October 28, 2021
1/2 The Libyan hosted October 21 conference allowed the world to recognize the great potential for #Libya should its positive trajectory continue towards the holding of Presidential and Parliamentary elections.https://t.co/KbWBSl5U3W
— U.S. Embassy – Libya (@USEmbassyLibya) October 25, 2021