The G7 group has urged constructive action to achieve stability in Libya during the Seven Summit held in Japan's Hiroshima on Sunday.

In its final statement, the bloc called on the Libyan parties to hold presidential elections by the end of this year and work with the African Union, the League of Arab States, and the United Nations to achieve the "long-awaited goal" of the Libyans.

It expressed concern about the growing presence of Russian Wagner forces on the African continent and its "destabilizing impact and human rights violations."

In their statement, the G7 leaders also vowed to support the African-led efforts regarding peace, stability, and prosperity on the continent.


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