The meetings of the economic track, proposed by the UN and recommended by Berlin conference, kicked off Sunday morning in Cairo in the presence of backing and financial officials representing Libya's economic sector.

21 persons from financial and banking institutions from across Libya attended the meeting in Cairo to discuss uniting the sovereign economic institutions, distribution of oil revenues and managing state resources, Bwabat Al-Wsaat news website reported, citing a source from the meeting attendees.

The economic dialogue has started with very little information leaked about the content of the discussion, as an official statement will be issued on Monday.

The UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame said in his briefing at the Security Council on January 30 that the Cairo dialogue meetings would be the second economic track round.

Meanwhile, the first round of the 5+5 military commission dialogue ended Saturday in Geneva and the second round will begin on February 18, according to UNSMIL, which said there was an agreement between the two sides on the continuation of the ceasefire that started on January 12.