The Acting Head of the U.N. Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Raisedon Zenenga, and Tunisian Ambassador to Libya, Lassâd Laajili, convened a meeting on Monday to “exchange views on developments on the political, security and economic tracks” in the country, according to a statement by UNSMIL.
Both diplomats stressed “the imperative to end the current mobilization of armed groups and agree on a path to elections as the only way out of the political impasse.”
“Mr. Zenenga expressed appreciation to Tunisia for its role in promoting consensus among Libyan actors, and for supporting a Libyan-led, Libyan-owned dialogue,” said the U.N. Mission. “He also commended the Tunisian government’s ongoing support for UNSMIL.”