By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 22 May 2014:
Former Palestinian Foreign Minister Nasser Al-Kudwa who was last week appointed by the . . .[restrict]Arab League to lead efforts at national reconciliation in Libya is postponing his upcoming visit to the country. He has done so on the advice of Libyan officials who, according to the Libya news agency LANA , asked him to hold off visiting until the country’s new government has been formed.
Al-Kudwa was given the task earlier this week of promoting national dialogue and reconciliation between all elements of Libyan society following discussions in Cairo between the Foreign Minister Mohamed Abdulaziz and the Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil Al-Arabi.
“The goal of any Arab vision should be the cessation of hostilities and the facilitation of a national dialogue to preserve unity and to uphold the sovereignty of Libya,” Al-Kudwa told LANA.
Since his appointment, the League has expressed its growing concern at the security situation in the country and pledged its support in “overcoming the challenges “of Libya’s transition
It is not known when a new government will be formed. [/restrict]