The United Nations and Germany are to hold on the 5th of October a ministerial meeting as a follow-up on the Berlin conference, held in January this year.

The spokesman for the UN mission, Jan Al-Alam, said in a press statement that the meeting comes within the framework of the efforts made to ensure the fulfillment of the commitments made at the Berlin Conference on Libya last January.

The "high-level" meeting will be attended by the foreign ministers of the Security Council member states and representatives of the key regional and sub-regional organizations that participated in the Berlin conference, in addition to representatives of the neighboring countries of Libya, according to Jan Al-Alam.

"The meeting will be an opportunity to assess the situation in the country and urge further progress in implementing the outcomes of the Berlin conference," the UN mission spokesman said.