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UN Security Council adopts two resolutions on Libya

UN Security Council adopts two resolutions on Libya

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has announced via a videoconference on April 16 two resolutions related to Libya. Both documents were adopted unanimously.

the first resolution 2570 allows the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) to support the ceasefire monitoring mechanism of October 23, 2020, in the North African country. The diplomates agreed on forming a special team that requires an initial maximum of around 60 civil personnel.

The Security Council warmly welcomed the recent progress in Libya. Following the establishment of the Government of National Unity on December 24 this year, the political crisis in the country was getting improved.

A resolution urges the Government of National Unity of Libya and the parties concerned to take the steps necessary for organising the elections on schedule. It also underscores the importance of implementing measures for the disarmament, demobilisation, and reintegration of armed groups and the security sector reform in the country, Vietnam Plus reports.