UN Documents for Libya: Security Council Presidential Statements

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16 March 2023 S/PRST/2023/2 This was a presidential statement about the situation in Libya, in which the Security Council said it was encouraged by the launch of the Libyan "High-Level Panel for Elections".
24 November 2021 S/PRST/2021/24 This presidential statement welcomed the Paris International Conference and the Libya Stabilisation conference; expressed support for the parliamentary and presidential elections set to take place on 24 December; underlined the importance of an inclusive and consultative electoral process; and urged Libyan stakeholders to commit to accepting the election results.
15 July 2021 S/PRST/2021/12 This presidential statement welcomed the second Berlin Conference on Libya, which was held on 23 June 2021.
12 March 2021 S/PRST/2021/6 In this presidential statement, the Council welcomed the new Government of National Unity (GNU).
16 February 2021 S/PRST/2021/4 This welcomed the election of the interim executive authority.
6 June 2018 S/PRST/2018/11 This was a presidential statement welcoming the momentum generated by the international conference on Libya in Paris.
14 December 2017 S/PRST/2017/26 This statement emphasised that the Libyan Political Agreement is the only viable framework to end the Libyan political crisis.
7 December 2017 S/PRST/2017/24 This statement expressed grave concern about reports of migrants being sold into slavery in Libya.
10 October 2017 S/PRST/2017/19 This endorsed the UN action plan for the resumption of an inclusive Libyan-owned political process.
6 October 2016 S/PV.7783 This was a meeting on Libya.
16 December 2013 S/PRST/2013/21 This statement expressed concern over the worsening security situation and political divisions in Libya.
8 April 1999 S/PRST/1999/10 This statement suspended sanctions on Libya after the Council was satisfied that the two suspects in the Lockerbie bombing had arrived in The Hague.