The Libyan Foreign Minister of the Government of National Accord, Mohammed Sayala, discussed with the UN envoy to Libya, Jan Kubis, the latest developments in the country as well as the outcomes of all dialogue tracks, in addition to removing any hurdles that could hinder the work of the new executive authority.

The discussion came Tuesday in a meeting in Tripoli in the presence of the UNSMIL Coordinator, Raisedon Zenenga, and a number of Libyan Foreign Ministry officials.

Sayala reiterated in the meeting the role of the UNSMIL in brokering peace and stability in Libya as well as in the political process, wishing Kubis and Zenenga well in their new job.

Kubis reaffirmed the importance of cooperation among all ministries as well as with regional and international organizations to achieve peace and stability in Libya.

Kubis held meetings over the last days with a number of Libyan officials, including the Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha and Presidential Council deputy head Ahmed Mitig, in addition to discussions with international stakeholders.

UNSMIL said that the discussions were aimed to pave the way for Kubis to help accelerate the formation of the interim government.