On the right, “Commander Beja” subject to UN sanctions receives an award from the Tripoli government – Archivio Avvenire
For the Senegalese diplomat to the United Nations, Abdoulaye Bathily, at this point it is necessary A “unified government, agreed upon by the major players”, has been invoked as a “necessity to lead the country to elections”.. So, he is an executive who is also bringing back General Haftar’s Cyrenaica to the tables in Tripoli. The UN envoy has put pressure on parliament, known as the House of Representatives, and the second consultative body, the High Council of State, to finalize electoral laws. “Maintaining Libya’s stability – warned Bathily – has become even more important in light of the recent clashes in Tripoli (which resulted in 55 deaths within a few hours, ed.), regional unrest in Sudan and Niger and the clashes that took place in the region.” In Tibesti, in the south, a few days ago, between the Chadian army and armed elements.
Claudio Descalzi and Farhat Ben Kadara sign the agreement, behind them are Georgia Meloni and the Prime Minister of Tripoli, Abdelhamid Dabaiba – Reuters
But the surprise is the United States, which has shown its impatience with the political incompetence of Europe, which has been unable to do anything, from Brussels to Rome, but to grab energy contracts without affecting the ground, also because of the stumble of Paris against Italy, and the mysterious game of Moscow. Turkey, Egypt and the Gulf kingdoms. The confirmation comes from the words of the US ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Greenfield. He made it clear that they in Washington are ready to support the formation of “a technocratic government whose only mission is to lead the country towards free and fair elections.” Regional tensions and the renewed activity of the Russian Wagner Group in Cyrenaica and Niger are generating “deep anxiety”. The announced moves through the Glass Palace seem like downsizing Italy in the Libyan scenario. Francois Delattre, the French ambassador to the Glass Palace, announced that Paris will host the project of the Secretary-General’s envoy to Tripoli, supported by the United States, and the permanent representative of the United Kingdom to the United Nations Security Council, James Kariuki. He also demanded the imposition of “sanctions against anyone who threatens the stability of the North African country” and that “Libyan political leaders work constructively with the UN envoy to move forward towards elections.”
On the left, Libyan Interior Minister Trabelsi with Italian Interior Minister Biantidossi-Viminali
All that remains for Italy is to keep up, having tried to support Libyan institutions also with the help of patrol boats, training, equipment and important spending commitments. Without mentioning Libya at all. Foreign Minister Tajani had announced in Avenir that “in November, we will host the Italian-African summit in Rome at the level of heads of state and government. On that occasion, we will present what we mean by the new “Piano Matte”. But by that date, there may be a new “technical government” in Tripoli with a different agenda than the commitments made with Rome regarding gas, hydrocarbons, and migrants.
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