Libya's UN representative, Taher El-Sonni, says that foreign interventions are the leading cause of the country's ongoing crisis. 

Speaking at the UN Security Council session on Libya on Wednesday, El-Sonni conveyed dismay regarding the ongoing impasse and lectures on necessary actions while rebuking other nations for exploiting Libya for their own agendas.

Libyans have lost faith in the Security Council's efforts to resolve the Libyan crisis, El-Sonni said, highlighting the absence of accountability for any entities, whether individuals, collectives, or states, whose actions have impeded progress.

In a clear and direct manner, El-Sonni emphasized that national reconciliation is not just a crucial element, but the foundation on which all other initiatives must be built to advance the resolution of the Libyan crisis.

Noting that 2.8 million Libyans registered for elections three years ago are still awaiting their conduct, El-Sonni called for clear answers regarding the political process obstructions. 

He urged Libyans to find a consensual formula to create a clear roadmap leading to fair elections, emphasizing the need for a Libyan-led solution to end the political impasse.

El-Sonni referenced Stephanie Koury's briefing, indicating no progress in the political process while stressing the importance of continuing the political process from the points of agreement reached so far.

"We are tired of this stagnation and the decade-long closed cycle. We have grown old and weary of this Council's inaction. I believe it is time to leave Libya alone," El-Sonni added.

The UN representative also called for the implementation of all aspects of the military track agreement and the withdrawal of all foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya.