A special meeting: the "London Special Summit" ... Libyan crisis and the emerging relationship
In the midst of the concerns of the world of the Libyan issue of security, political and military, which resulted in the division in Libya between East and West with separate militias and political factions?
Some developments concerning the Libyan issue and Libya's relationship with international politics have infiltrated at the London Special Summit hosted by British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson to discuss the North Korean issue and the need to increase pressure on it and achieve peace in Libya when there is ambiguity in ending the Libyan political crisis in London.
The meeting was aimed at trying to find a way to break Libya's political stalemate and stabilize the North African country, dubbed Libya, in an effort to help tackle the issue of illegal immigration through Libyan ports.
The chaos that spread in the country was an inevitable result of the absence of the Libyan state security institutions in force and the political fragility of Libyan leadership at the Libyan governments with the presence and spread of Libyan armed militias to control the joints of the Libyan national economy.
The participants of the seven-way ministerial meeting in London were attended by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, where the United States is seeking some moves to give structure and energy to all warring factions in Libya.
The United States sees through the Secretary of State Rex Tillerson changing the plan for the resumption of Libya's political talks, including changes in the peace agreement reached in December 2015.
The meeting on Libya is an opportunity to support the Secretary-General's efforts to help bring peace and stability, a vital part of the UK's efforts to combat the threat of terrorism and illegal immigration because it is the problem that is close to Europe, the Foreign Office said.
The Italian Foreign Ministry in the presence of its Minister Angelino Alfano participated in the London Special Summit which discussed the status of the political process and the support of the United Nations in this regard for the peace process in Libya, which will be invited by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres in New York, September 20, which contains a road map and changes in the agreement Skhirat And the establishment of a Libyan constitution for the country.
The failure of the unification of the warring factions in eastern and western Libya, the United States has been largely withdrawn from the Libyan crisis since US President Donald Trump took power.
The meeting was also attended by US Secretary of State Tillerson, Italian Angelino Alfano, Egyptian Sameh Shukri, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Bin Mohammed Gargash and French Political Affairs Director Nicolas de Riviere.
As a member of the General Secretariat of the World Union of Muslim Scholars, Dr. Ali Salabi criticizes the "London Special Summit" with the presence of Egypt and the Arab Emirates and the absence of Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco, which hosted the Skhirat and established the national reconciliation government. The summit represents a negative message to the Libyans.
New developments in the political arena and international moves on the Libyan political issue The UN Security Council decided to extend the mission of the United Nations Mission in Libya one more year, which holds Ghassan Salama with him the file of Libya, trying to lead the Libyan parties to the conflict to peace and the end of the division between the Libyan parties Controversy.
The concerns that hinder the new and special envoy Ghassan Salama the process of overlapping the European and Middle East peace initiatives in Libya held here and there, because Ghassan Salameh said that "many chefs spoil the gravy." This was Salaam’s vision of the political situation in his insistence, with regional and international countries aimed at ending the division that would lead to security and stability.
Ghassan Salameh is recovering from meeting with Libyan political leaders, officials and political activists, as well as other international figures who have an interest in Libya, in his discussions and meetings with many. He has a proposal for various amendments to the Libyan political agreement. A meeting will be held in New York next week on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.
A series of peace initiatives in the last few days and months, including the Cairo, Dubai and France conferences, where the plans launched by French President Emmanuel Macaroon, similar to Italy's plan, which angered the Italian authorities.
The Netherlands has made efforts to bring together the Libyan parties and the African Mini Summit in the Congo Brazzaville has produced no tangible results, in which it hosted the meeting in commemoration of the 18th anniversary of the declaration of the African Union, which was established in the Libyan city of Sirte in 1999.
This time the seven-party meeting came at the initiative of Britain to guide efforts to achieve reconciliation and implementation of the Skhirat agreement and to emphasize the centrality of the role of the United Nations carried out by Ghassan Salama, the official representative of the Libyan case file.
Developments in Libya related to the Libyan crisis have been and remain on the sharp opponents between symbols of the old system of the masses, many of them are still in the country and others outside when hosted in Arab countries, including Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco and many foreign countries.
The men of February, who form the Libyan Islamic armed militias that control the joints of the Libyan state, some of which are loyal to the government of Al-Sarraj, the government of national reconciliation is the anti-Marshall Khalifa Khalifa, who leads the process of dignity and liberates Libya completely from the terrorist forces deployed throughout the country.
Political, ideological, religious and regional blocs distinct in their negativity towards the Libyan nation, which is struggling for power in the absence of the former Libyan Jamahiriya because they are far from the Libyan national broad strip, which has no affiliation with those factions of the Libyan political conflict.
Not only was the dispute between the opposing poles the outcome of the February Revolution, but it was also based on differences in political positions and outstanding issues that were at the forefront of the Libyan opposition to the regime of the Libyan Jamahiriya from abroad. Today, the men of February participate after the Libyan People's Revolution in their affiliations political Islam.
Libyan battalions, militias, and armed groups sided with the February 17th revolution at the site of the opponent against the symbols of the former regime inLibya after the revolution of February 17, 2011.
The leadership of the battalions, militias and armed Islamic groups within Libya since the revolution has so far managed to take control of Libya, which has been working on the backs of some of the symbols of the former Libyan regime in Libyan prisons so far and this intensifies the conflict between the Libyan political poles.
Libya is witnessing transient meetings with some of the Libyan leaders who are fighting without a formal exit, including in the process of the national dialogue of Libya integrated and comprehensive, which works to negotiate peacefully and work to rise to the level of official meetings among them within the Libyan homeland.
The multiplicity of meetings and meetings with some of the Libyan parties fighting outside the Libyan homeland under international auspices, whether four, five, six, or even seven, do not work to produce sound results, and it is an act of chaos and destruction and destruction without regard to other forces that have the right of political participation.
The meeting did not address the coordination of the efforts and movements of all the conflicting Libyan parties in order to end the state of inactivity, inertia, division, and harmony in the national cohesion and comprehensive national inLibya.
What are the Libyan political considerations driving the political relations between them after the completion of the meeting of the seven in the British capital London?
Several goals come in the forefront of preventing risks from the arrival of Marshal Khalifa Hafer to power in Libya at a transitional stage and the aim of the stability of the Libyan nation.
On the other hand, joint electoral cooperation between the East and West teams in Libya's largest electoral constituency, which the British Foreign Office, headed by Boris Johnson, calls Libya's plans to work for the 2018 elections is the right time for political action.
And thus to investigate on the Libyan ground what came in Paris last July from the Libyan leaders pledged to work to hold elections in 2018.
Elections conditional on a cease-fire with the promulgation of constitutional and electoral laws to ensure that any vote on the modern democratic approach and permanent change in Libya with Libya's permanent constitution on the basis of acceptance to hold these elections Libyan popular democracy.
The electoral circle is a vast arena for the masses of the Libyan people towards the stability and security of the modern Libyan state in the process of the national constitutional process without naivety, division, and fragmentation, but not without the reality of the miserable situation experienced by the Libyan people in their daily lives.
By Professor Ramzi Mavrakis