By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 17 February 2015:
On the fourth anniversary of the 17 February revolution, the European Union Heads of Mission . . .[restrict]have said that Libyans would not win the war on terrorism without dialogue and national unity.
Reiterating their support for the democratic transition process that started on 17 February 2011, they said again that there was no military solution for the current crisis and that dialogue was the only way forward for peace, stability and prosperity in Libya.
The ambassadors urged all parties to engage constructively in the dialogue and to swiftly agree on a national unity government, a sustainable cease-fire and “appropriate” security arrangements.
For the sake of all Libyans, the heads of mission called for the safeguarding of the country’s resources and wealth, underlining the need to ensure the independence and integrity of key state institutions, such as the Central Bank of Libya , the National Oil Company, the Libyan Investment Authority and the national telecommunications companies.
The European Union has been helping the Libyan people from the beginning of the Revolution, the ambassadors said and was committed continued support their dream of a united, democratic, inclusive, peaceful and prosperous Libya, “which shall protect equally the rights of all Libyans”. [/restrict]