The Libyan parliament has already granted confidence to the new government to be formed by former interior minister Fathi Bashagha.
Member states of the 3 + 2 Group, namely France, Germany, Italy, the UK and the US, have called for refraining from interfering in Libyan affairs in ways that might undermine the stability of the North African country.
The same countries said they are ready to bring to account those who threaten Libya’s security and incite violence in it.
The same countries issued a statement on latest developments in Libya.
They called on all actors on the Libyan stage to refrain from actions that may undermine stability in the country.
The same states also expressed concern over recent reports about violence, threats, intimidation and kidnappings.
“Any dispute over the future of the political process must be resolved without resorting to violence,” the five state said in their statement. “We are ready to hold accountable those who threaten stability with violence or incite it.”
The five nations also reminded that individuals or entities inside or outside Libya that obstruct or undermine the successful completion of the political transition in the country may be the target of sanctions by the Security Council Libya Sanctions Committee, in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 2571 and other relevant resolutions.
France, Germany, Italy, the UK and the US also expressed full respect for Libyan sovereignty and the political process sponsored by the United Nations.
This political process, they said, is led and owned by Libyans.
They noted that they support mediation efforts by the UN through the special adviser to the secretary-general and the UN Support Mission in Libya to maintain the peaceful transition of the country and facilitate dialogue between political, security and economic actors.