Neighboring countries regain the initiative in the Libyan crisis – Erm...

Neighboring countries regain the initiative in the Libyan crisis – Erm...
Neighboring countries regain the initiative in the Libyan crisis – Erm...
Libya’s neighboring countries are witnessing an unprecedented movement on the Libyan crisis, through Cairo embracing, on Sunday, talks between representatives of the State and Parliament, in addition to the United Nations decision to transfer the upcoming dialogue sessions next month from Geneva to Tunis. Referring to the neighboring countries regaining the lead Libya.

Analysts considered that the Cairo dialogue and the decision to transfer the dialogue sessions to Tunisia, and the dialogue that Bouznika hosted in Morocco, and which concluded its second round recently, “represent new turning points in the performance of the neighboring countries of Libya and their role in resolving the crisis.”

The Acting Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, announced, on Saturday evening, officially, Tunisia’s embrace of the upcoming Libyan talks, during the month of November.

Although the United Nations Acting Envoy attributed the decision to “logistical reasons,” the decision bears indications and indications of the return of the neighboring countries of Libya to the forefront of the scene, and the exercise of their role in finding a political settlement to the crisis in that country, according to what observers of the Libyan affair confirmed to “Iram News “.

Served in Bouznika

The transfer of the dialogue sessions, which was expected in Geneva to Tunisia, comes days after the completion of the second round of the Libyan dialogue in Bouznika, Morocco, and the progress in understanding about leadership positions and how to assume and share them, and coincided with the start of the 3-day meetings in Cairo between representatives of the two state councils. And the deputies, under the auspices of the United Nations, to discuss the constitutional path, according to Libyan sources.

Last September, Cairo hosted talks between the Libyan army commander, Khalifa Haftar, and the speaker of Parliament, Aguila Saleh. To discuss developments in the field situation in Libya and ways to support a political solution in the country.

Commenting on this, Libyan political analyst Muhammad al-Nalouti said, in a statement to “Irm News,” that “these political dialogue stations put the Libyan file on the right track, and restore to neighboring countries their consideration and their natural role in finding peaceful solutions and settlements that satisfy the various parties and serve interests. Libya at home and the interests of neighboring countries at the same time.


Al-Naluti added that “the choice of fighting that the Libyans have gone to over the past few years has produced no results on the ground, and caused a deterioration in the security, economic and social situation in Libya, and also had serious repercussions on neighboring countries.”

He believed that “Tunisia is among the countries most sensitive to the fragile security situation in Libya, and has paid the price of this fighting, which was reflected in the fragility of the security situation on the southern borders of Tunisia and the deterioration of the economic and social situation, especially in the south, which Libya was a great economic outlet for.”

There is no solution without the neighboring countries

For his part, political science researcher Muhammad Amin al-Aqil said, “These dialogue tracks are taking place under the auspices of the United Nations, directly or indirectly, and this means that the United Nations has realized that there is no solution in Libya without involving the neighboring countries that represent a basic party in setting a perception. It ends the state of fighting, chaos, chaos and political strife. ”

Al-Aqil added, in a statement to “Erm News,” that “this push for the neighboring countries to play an advanced role in Libya also reflects the desire of neighboring countries to end the situation that has affected everyone inside and outside Libya, east and west.”

He pointed out that “Egypt entered with its full weight when the battles developed after the control of the capital, Tripoli, and all eyes were directed towards Sirte, the largest city in the Libyan East, which Cairo considers a red line. If it is crossed, everything will collapse, and then Cairo engaged in efforts to search for a peaceful way out of the crisis after If horizons narrowed and everyone was convinced of the futility of the military solutions that everyone would lose out from.


Mustafa al-Abdi, a political analyst specializing in Libyan affairs, said in statements to “Erm News”, that “this movement that flourished with the Bouznika dialogue in Morocco and the positive atmosphere that printed its results is an indication of the beginning of reaching a solution to the Libyan file, especially since the official speech of neighboring countries It is agreed that there is no way out of the crisis except through a political solution based on dialogue between the Libyan factions themselves.

Al-Abdi added that “Libyan stability is in the interest of neighboring countries that have been negatively affected, in terms of security and economics, because of the fighting, in contrast to regional powers that have set an agenda for them mainly based on prolonging the fighting and spreading chaos,” stressing that “these tracks of dialogue sponsored by the neighboring countries and the United Nations represent victory. To all attempts to drag Libya back into the battlefield and push it into chaos. ”

French President Emmanuel Macron said at the end of last September that he wanted to rally all Libya’s neighbors to help find a solution to the conflict.

He added in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly: “This is the initiative that France wishes to lead, in the coming weeks, in cooperation with the Secretary-General of the United Nations: to bring together all the neighboring countries to help reach a solution in Libya.”

He stressed that, “Connecting Libya’s neighbors again is vital in the long term.”

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