A group of Tuareg representatives stressed the need for the government to address the issue of their national identity numbers, in line with the political road map and the Libyan laws in force.

This came during a meeting that included Tuareg notables and civil society representatives, with the coordinator of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya Raisedon Zenenga in Tripoli.

The delegation discussed human rights related to Tuareg identity, citizenship rights, and political issues. They also emphasized the importance of their participation in the upcoming elections.

The government has recently formed a committee to discuss identity issues, including administrative code and national identity numbers of several residents, most of whom are from the Tuareg tribe.

The political agreement signed in Geneva stipulated the need to address their conditions and put an end to their "decades-long suffering."