By Hadi Fornaji.
Tunis, 13 September 2017:
A six-nation summit on Libya at foreign ministerial level is to take place tomorrow in London to hear UN special envoy Ghassan Salamé explain his plan to resolve the Libyan crisis, and coordinate support for it.
The six countries taking part are Egypt, France, Italy, UAE, UK and US.
Salamé will tell the six about the meetings he has had with Libyan political leaders, officials and activists as well as with other international figures with an interest in Libya, and what he proposes as a result of this.
The British hope that that Salamé’s plan, proposing various amendments, will allow the Libyan Political Agreement to be implemented.
Salamé is due to formally present his ideas at a meeting in New York next week on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.