The foreign ministers of countries involved in the conflict in Libya are meeting in Berlin to discuss further stabilizing the war-torn country.
The one-day conference is hosted by the German government and the United Nations. The United States, Russia, Turkey, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Libyan Transitional Government will participate.
The main goal of this meeting is to prevent external interference in the conflict, as was the case with the first Libya meeting in Berlin in 2020. So far, this has not been successful.
According to United Nations estimates, about 20,000 foreign mercenaries were placed in Libya in December 2020, and this number has not changed significantly. The delivery of weapons did not stop either.
But there is progress: a ceasefire has been agreed, the transitional government has reached an agreement, and parliamentary elections are scheduled for December 24.
Since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has been in a state of turmoil. The country became a battlefield for hostile forces, attracting the intervention of foreign forces.