Foreign Minister Says At Meeting In Rome Libya Had Key Role In Defeating Da’esh.

Rome, GNU Foreign Minister Najla Al Mangoush has taken part in the ministerial meeting of of the International Coalition Against ISIS ‘Da’esh’ which kicked off in the Italian capital on Monday, chaired by Italian Foreign Minister Luigo Di Maio and his American Counterpart Antony Blinken, and attended by representative of 83 countries.

In her remarks before the conference, Al Mangoush said the meeting of members of the international coalition against Da’esh reaffirms commitment on our part to do our duty to protect our countries from an extremist organization which ravaged cities and towns and killed innocent people.

She outlined the difficult phases in which Libya has gone through in confronting Da’esh in the last years militarily and otherwise in different cities until it was destroyed in the city of Sirte.

‘Libya was one of the leading countries in curtailing Da’esh in the region, after it desperately sought to make Libya a safe refuge for its elements coming from tension spot like Iraq and Syria and the Sahel countries in Africa.

Al Mangoush noted the positive developments in Libya, which she said would boost its security and stability and those of neighboring countries, through the creation of the Presidency Council and the Government of National Unity.

She paid tribute to international efforts to support Libya by executing the outcome of the Berlin 1 Conference with all tracks and Berlin 2which underscored importance of stability of Libya politically, economically and militarily.

Al Mangoush said Libya’s stability would have positive impact on neighboring countries and the Sahel countries which suffer from terrorist organisations and flow of migration.

‘Libya will be an oasis pf peace and security where there will be no place for extremism and terrorism, she said.

She reiterated commitment of the Presidency Council and the Government of National Unity to international law and International Humanitarian Law and all measures to protect civilians and children and to improve conditions for local communities and conflict-ridden societies.

 

Source: Libyan News Agency

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