The German Foreign Ministry envoy to Libya, Christian Buck, expected that the briefing of the UN envoy, Abdoulaye Bathily, next Monday before the UN Security Council, would come with a clear vision on the situation in Libya and a proposal to get out of the current crisis.

In a statement after the international meeting held in the United States, Buck said it was likely that this proposal would receive international approval and support, pointing out that the international community supports the Bathily project to unite Libyans, restore the electoral process, and find a government and institutions capable of giving.

The German diplomat pointed out that this international meeting, which included high-level officials from the active countries in the Libyan issue, is not formal or an occasion for decision-making, but it can be described as behind the scenes, however, it is important in terms of its timing that is, it comes prior to UN Security Council session.