The Tunisian President Kais Saied said the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, which was kicked off Monday morning, is a new legitimacy away from any form of trusteeship.

Saied said his country, which is hosting the dialogue, is convinced that the solution in Libya should come from Libyans themselves, adding that all Libyan parties should pay special attention to the elections law to be approved in Tunisia and proposing that none of the incumbent officials of the transitional phase be nominated for new posts afterwards.

He expressed his rejection to any attempts of partition in Libya, saying Libyans in the east and west are on people and they surely oppose division, reminding the Libyan parties of the need to have a defined timeline for elections and constitution.

Saied said the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum's participants are making history to end the suffering of the Libyan people through peaceful solution, saying the return of sovereignty to Libya is the real solution to its conflict.