France condemned on Sunday the clashes that took place in Tripoli and caused a number of deaths and the destruction of some hospitals infrastructure.
France, along with the United Nations, urged all parties to fully respect the ceasefire agreement concluded on October 23, 2020.
In a statement published through its embassy in Libya, France reminded all parties of their obligations with regard to international humanitarian law and the protection of civilians.
It also encouraged the Libyan parties to act constructively and engage in dialogue to ease tensions and preserve Libya’s unity and stability.
France stressed that it will remain fully committed to promoting a viable political solution to the Libyan conflict, which requires transparent and credible presidential and parliamentary elections.
The clashes that took place in the capital, Tripoli, resulted in the killing of 32 people and the injury of 159 others, causing panic among civilians in densely populated areas.