Representatives of China, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Russia and the United States held a meeting on Thursday in the German capital to discuss the Libyan crisis, revealed the Presidential Council.
The two-day meeting kicked-off Thursday evening and will continue on Friday, according to a statement by the council following a meeting between its deputy chairman Moussa Al-Koni and Italian Ambassador Giuseppe Buccino Grimaldi.
According to the Presidential Council’s statement, European, international and Arab parties will “possible exits that would allow an end to the current stalemate in Libya.”
Al-Koni and Grimaldi also discussed the upcoming “Rome Med – Mediterranean Dialogue”, which is an annual high-level conference on Mediterranean geopolitics promoted by the Italian Foreign Ministry. The Presidential Council said it will represent Libya at the conference’s 8th edition in December.