UN Special adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, met on Wednesday with senior British officials in London, where she briefed them on the outcomes of the Libyan consultations held in Cairo between the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS) this month.
“Today in London I met with H.E. Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, the Minister for South Asia, North Africa, the UN and the Commonwealth at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, in addition to other senior UK officials, to brief them on the current situation in Libya including the outcomes of the recent consultations held in Cairo between 13-18 April of the HoR/HCS Joint Committee,” Williams tweeted.
“During our meetings, there was full agreement on supporting a viable electoral/constitutional track in Libya in order to hold national elections on the basis of a solid constitutional framework, as soon as possible,” she said.
“We also reiterated the requirement to maintain calm on the ground, as well as the need to promote human rights, accountability and the rule of law,” UN adviser added.