By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 1 October 2016:
France is to host a meeting on Monday of governments that have been playing a key role in Libya since the revolution. It follows the visit earlier this week to Paris of Presidency Council leader Faiez Serraj for talks with President Francois Hollande. The aim of the foreign ministerial-level gathering is to ensure diplomatic unity between all those involved politically with the country in regard to promoting national reconciliation.
In addition to the Americans and British, the Italians, Germans and Spanish have been invited as has UN Special Envoy Martin Kobler and the four regional countries that have been supporting different elements within Libya: Egypt, Qatar, Turkey and the UAE.
Saudi Arabia has also been invited.
It is unknown at present who will be present although French officials say that US Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to attend.
It is also unknown who will represent Libya. However, it is thought that at least one member of the Presidency Council will be there.