By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 21 February 2017:
Two days after he met House of Representatives chairman Ageela Saleh in Alexandria, UN special envoy Martin Kobler was in Tripoli today for a number of engagements on the political and humanitarian front.
First he saw Presidency Council (PC) head Faiez Serraj and discussed “very concretely how to move forward.” He described the meeting as productive.
They are said to have looked at Serraj’s visit to Cairo and his attempts to meet with Khalifa Hafter.
Kobler also saw the State Council chairman Abdulrahmen Sewehli. On Twitter he said there had to be “peace without delay”, adding that they looked at possible amendments to the Libyan Political Agreement.
The UN envoy also spent time at the Triq al-Sika Detention Centre, accompanied by officials from the International Organisation for Migration. Kobler described as “horrific” stories he heard from migrants, whether in Libya or on their way to it.
“All deserve equal treatment with dignity and humanity. All those I met want to go home and take care of their families,”, he said of the migrants.