The participants of the Berlin conference on Libya adopted an outcome document

In the adopted by the participants in the Berlin International conference on Libya outcome document, in particular, stated that they pledge to refrain from intervention in the armed conflict or in the internal Affairs of this country, and urged all international actors to follow suit.

Also, the participating countries recognized the Central role of the United Nations in promoting mezhliviysky the political process and the reconciliation process and urged the UN Security Council to impose sanctions against violators of the ceasefire and the member States to ensure their implementation.

in addition, the participants proposed to create a mechanism for economic recovery of Libya under the control of the future of a unified government for the priority reconstruction of the cities of Benghazi, Derna, Murzuq, Sabha, Sirte and Tripoli. The outcome document also calls on all parties to the conflict to guarantee the safety of oil installations and to desist from any hostile actions against the oil infrastructure, reports TASS.

the international conference called for a comprehensive process of demilitarization and disarmament of paramilitary groups or their incorporation into state security structures. The document also calls for the restoration of the state monopoly on the legitimate use of force by the creation of a unified Libyan security forces under civilian leadership.

during the Berlin conference, the participants agreed to observe the embargo on arms supplies to Libya and called on all international actors to do the same. The communiqué refers to the call to apply the sanctions of the UN Security Council to enforce against those responsible for the violation of arms embargoes or of the cease-fire.

the conference participants Also called for the elimination in Libya, the factors contributing to the continuing unstable situation in the area of human rights and humanitarian situation. Thus, the document tostaterooms: “the Lack of due process in the functioning of the national judicial system, including in prisons, is one of the factors contributing to the volatile and complex situation in the field of human rights and humanitarian situation in Libya.” In addition, it calls on all parties to the conflict to refrain from any kind of advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility and violence.

As earlier reported, the international conference on Libya at the highest level took place on Sunday, on January 19, in the German capital Berlin with the participation of at least ten heads of state and government. In negotiations took part the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, UN Secretary-General, antónio Guterres, the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan and France Emmanuel macron, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, U.S. Secretary of state Michael Pompeo, the representatives of Algeria, Egypt, UAE, China. Also in Berlin there arrived the head of the national consensus Government of Libya Faiz Sarraj and the commander of the Libyan national army, field Marshal Khalifa Haftar.