An American delegation has discussed with the head of the High Council of State (HCS), Mohamed Takala, the initiative of the UN envoy to Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, regarding his call for the five-party table to create a political consensus that contributes to resolving the Libyan crisis and reviving the democratic path to reach elections, reviewing alternative proposals in the event that the initiative fails.

This came during a meeting held at the HCS headquarters, in the presence of the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for North Africa, accompanied by the US Special Envoy to Libya, and the US Chargé d’Affairs, according to the HCS media office.

Takala stressed that the Council is committed to the political agreements and their outcomes, pointing out that it agreed from the beginning to sit at the dialogue table, and that it supports the efforts aimed at reaching a comprehensive and just national reconciliation, and issuing electoral laws that everyone agrees on legally and politically.