The current situation is calm, but fragile in Libya, so the international community should help the country on its way towards national reconciliation, Stephanie Williams, Special Adviser of the United Nations Secretary-General on Libya, said in an interview with TASS.
“The situation in Libya is calm but fragile. And in this I think it’s relay in common on the entire international community to help the Libyans and also to encourage them to continue and energize their efforts towards national reconciliation and transitional justice,” she said.
Williams emphasized that “national reconciliation means allowing the internally displaced persons to return to their homes. But also allowing many Libyans in diaspora to return home.”
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