On Wednesday, the former Arab League Secretary-General, Amr Moussa, stressed the need for a ceasefire in Libya.
Moussa pointed out that it is necessary to work towards beginning a political settlement, with the participation of the Arab, African, and neighbouring Mediterranean countries, especially Egypt.
The political settlement must respect the will of the Libyan people, and not interfere in their internal affairs. It must ensure that their wealth is not exploited illegally, Moussa stated.
He emphasized the necessity of implementing the decisions of the Berlin Conference, including a ceasefire, a Libyan-led settlement, and commitment to the Cairo Declaration, which stresses the importance of a political solution to the ongoing crisis.