The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, has stressed the need for the continuation of the work of the "Quartet Group" on Libya, within the framework of the Berlin process and the Libyan political dialogue facilitated by the UN, according to his letter to the Security Council.
The committee consists of four parties: the European Union, the African Union, the League of Arab States and the United Nations.
The letter by Guterres to the Security Council came before the next meeting of the UN and the Arab League in June 2023. The meeting will cover the period between March 2022 and May 07.
"The Arab League continues to support the efforts of the UN in Libya, including making progress in the political process, carrying out economic and security reforms, and respecting international humanitarian law." Guterress stressed.
His talk about UN-Arab cooperation in the Libyan file has come at a time when there is uncertainty about the constitutional framework for holding elections and the date, of the vote, knowing that the deadline for the 6+6 committee - formed by the House of Representatives and the High Council of State House and is tasked with implementing election laws - is set to expire soon.