Tunisia’s representative, echoing commonly conveyed concerns, said that, given the COVID-19 outbreak, growing violence in Libya is putting its people at high risk. For its part, the international community must use all its influence to encourage the Libyan parties to achieve a ceasefire. “We are pushing Libyan parties for dialogue and the search for compromises,” he said. Expressing strong support for the United Nations role, he called for the appointment of new Special Representative of the Secretary-General as soon as possible. Turning to the report of the Panel of Experts, he expressed dismay that it was leaked to the press and demanded that the United Nations Secretariat launch an investigation.
Source: Libya Today May 20, 2020 23:15 UTC