Stephanie Williams, the U.N. Advisor on Libya, met in Berlin yesterday with Germany’s Minister of State Tobias Lindner and State Secretary Andreas Michaelis to brief them on the current situation in Libya, including the outcomes of the recent consultations held in Cairo between Libya’s House of Representatives and High Council of State.
The three agreed on “the need to put Libya back on the path to national elections within a solid constitutional framework and a firm timeframe,” according to a tweet by Williams.
They also stressed “the importance of maintaining absolute calm on the ground, and working on all the Berlin tracks, including the security, economic, and international humanitarian law and human rights tracks,” said the U.N. diplomat.
1/4 Today in Berlin I met with Minister of State Dr. Tobias Lindner and State Secretary Mr. Andreas Michaelis 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. pic.twitter.com/ne1f8I7YZv
— Stephanie Turco Williams (@SASGonLibya) April 22, 2022