The Foreign Ministry of the UN-proposed government accredited Saturday five new ambassadors to Libya at the Red Castle’s Ambassadors Parlor in Tripoli.

The ambassadors were from Germany, France, Britain, Hollande, and the European Union.

The Head of the Presidential Council of the UN-proposed government, Fayez Al-Sirraj, and the Foreign Minister, Mohammed Sayala, attended the accreditation for the British Peter Millett, the Dutch Eric Strating, the French Brigitte Curmi, the German Christian Buck and the EU’s ambassador Bettina Muscheidt.

All of the ambassadors delivered speeches showing support for the UN-proposed government, stressing that the diplomatic attaches will be soon present in Tripoli to open their embassies in the capital in no time.

On November 11, the UN-proposed government accredited ambassadors of Yemen, Canada, Austria, and Turkey in Tripoli’s Red Castel as well.