Maltese Foreign Minister to Al-Mishri: Two major conditions can boost Libya's economy
The Head of Libya’s High Council of State Khalid Al-Mishri arrived in Malta for talks with Malta's Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo on Wednesday and discussed the state of affairs in Libya.
Times of Malta reported the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Malta as saying that the meeting was being held in the spirit of UN Resolution 2510 that calls on neighbouring countries to support the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity of Libya.
Bartolo emphasized the need for all parties to respect a ceasefire agremeent in place in Libya and to continue the process to develop resilient state institutions in the country that could protect citizens.
He added that any peace initiatives should be taken and led in the same direction as the United Nations’ and Berlin process because any other initiative could cause more harm than good.
The Maltese Foreign Minister indicated that these were two essential elements for economic recovery and for the Libyan people to benefit from Libya’s vast wealth once again.
Al-Mishri also met with the Speaker of the Maltese Parliament and then met with the Maltese President George Vella.