The final statement of the 30th Arab Summit held in Tunisia renewed its rejection to a military solution to the crisis in Libya.

The statement stressed the keenness of member states on the unity of Libya and the non-interference in its internal affairs, as well as emphasizing support for the political path, in accordance with the UN plan.

It also referred to the importance of supporting the Libyan legal institutions and the Libya Quartet Group hosted by the Arab League with the participation of the European Union, the African Union, and the United Nations, with a view of reaching a consensual solution to the Libyan crisis through national reconciliation in accordance with the Skhirat agreement.