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Cairo, A consultative meeting was held here on Sunday that brought together the Secretary General of the Arab League Ahmed Abu Al Ghaith , the UN Special Envoy to Libya Martin Kobler, and AU High Representative to Libya Jakaya Kikwite as part of the troika made of the three organisations to coordinate efforts to push for a political settlement for the Libyan crisis. A statement issued by the Arab League today said the meeting was designed to continue with consultations between the three organisations over the concerted efforts to encourage dialogue between the Libyan parties to reach a consensus solution in line with the Political Agreement signed in December 2016. The meeting dealt with the joint steps that can be taken by the organisations to push the settlement and reconciliation effort in the coming period including putting in place a plan that could enable the Libyan parties overcome the obstacles before the political process. The three officials agreed on the need to continue to explore a concerted regional and international approach to assist Libya and its legitimate institutions to deal with political and security challenges, and stress the importance of strengthening cooperation with Libya'a neighboring countries. The 10th meeting of Libya's neighboring countries held in Cairo on Saturday renewed support for the Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord, calling on the Parliament to grant it confidence, to tackle the political, economic and security problems in the country.
Source: Libya News Agency