Published: June 12, 2019
The Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha met Wednesday in Tunisia with the ambassadors of the European Union, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Holland and Spain and discussed the ongoing military operations and their consequences on the humanitarian level in Libya's capital Tripoli.
The meeting also reviewed the conditions of the illegal immigrants and internally displaced people, who alone amounted to over 100.000 due to the offensive led by Khalifa Haftar's forces against Tripoli.
The meeting focused on the ways possible to end the military operations and restart the political process to help the country stabilize.
Bashagha renewed the Presidential Council's government stance that welcomes any dialogue with representatives from the eastern region but not with Haftar "who turned out to be unfit for such a process and only cares for his personal gains."
The Presidential Council started dialogue channels with eastern figures who reject Haftar's attack on Tripoli after the formation of Cyrenaica Society.