German FM: Our Priorities Are Holding Of Libyan Elections


Heiko Maas, the German Foreign Minister, has called for the unification of Libya’s military institutions and the removal of foreign forces from the country.

Speaking at the Berlin 2 conference on the Libyan crisis, he said: “Our priority today is to emphasize the holding of elections on December 24 this year.”

The Minister added: “We work to get mercenaries out of Libya, and today we have an opportunity to help Libya that was previously unavailable.”

The Berlin 2 conference on Libya was launched today to discuss the road map, which includes the extension of national sovereignty over all Libyan territory, the end of foreign presence, the liberation of national sovereignty from internal or external coercion, and the launching of comprehensive national reconciliation, as well as the holding of parliamentary and presidential elections in 24 countries.

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