The Libya Stabilization Conference kick-started on Thursday in Tripoli in the presence of the Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, and the Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, in addition to the foreign delegations attending the conference.

Al-Mangoush said at the conference, which was hosted at Tripoli's Corinthia Hotel, that the event is an extended effort added to that of Berlin I and II Conferences, saying Libya's stability comes from sovereignty and unity without negative interventions.

The Libyan Foreign Minister called on all Libyan parties to accept the results of the upcoming elections, slated for December 24, urging the states' delegations to provide support for achieving lasting stability in Libya.

She also said that she "hopes to convene such a conference in Benghazi and afterward in Sabha," stressing that the Government of National Unity supports democracy and political justice and accepts the results of the upcoming elections, and reiterating the need to end corruption and handle illegal immigration issues with special preservation of human rights.

The Libya Stabilization Conference hosted 31 foreign delegations from the UN, US, UK, African Union, Arab League, France, Greece, Egypt, Turkey, Italy, Qatar, Algeria, Tunisia, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Chad, Niger, Spain, Holland, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Congo-Brazzaville, Russia, Switzerland, China, Germany, Morocco, UAE, Bahrain and Malta.