The final statement of the meeting of the African Union Committee on Libya in Congo-Brazzaville called on all external parties to cease interfering in the domestic affairs of Libya.

The final statement following the committee's meeting said that external interference in the Libyan crisis undermined the basic interests and legitimate aspirations of the Libyan people. It stressed the urgent need to withdraw all foreign fighters, forces and mercenaries, in accordance with the decisions of the African Union and relevant international resolutions.

They also stressed the urgent need for carrying out and integrating the actions of the African Union, the United Nations, the European Union, the League of Arab States and the international community in order to avoid duplication of efforts made for Libya.

The statement welcomed the parties’ agreement to hold a national reconciliation conference on April 28, 2024 in the city of Sirte, saying that that these steps coincided with the launching of the High Commission for National Reconciliation.

It called on the African Union Commission to continue supporting Libyans to ensure the success of reconciliation in a timely and effective manner, urging all stakeholders to fully embrace reconciliation efforts in a comprehensive and constructive manner.

Regarding the political process, the statement hailed the great progress in Libya leading to presidential and parliamentary elections, stressing the need for comprehensive national reconciliation and expressing its support for the unification of national institutions in response to the aspirations of the Libyan people, adding that the African Union was reassured by the efforts made by the Presidential Council to adopt a strategic vision for reconciliation based on national ownership.