By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 25 September 2014:
The Emir of Qatar Tamin bin Hamad Al-Thani has told the United Nations that the . . .[restrict]international community must respect the will of the Libyan people and support the nation as it seeks security and stability through dialogue.
Speaking today at the UN’s General Assembly, the Emir called on all political factions in Libya to find a way for national dialogue in order to establish a political system that satisfied the desires of the Libyan people who “sacrificed so much for freedom”.
Praising the “promising” Tunisian experience, the Emir pointed out that the Tunisian people had managed to achieve unity and had persevered in the face opposition by groups who do not wish to see democracy established in this region.
Moreover, Al-Thani called on the UN to work toward the application of its calls for national dialogue, the rebuilding of the national army to defend state institutions and the eradication of armed militias in Libya. [/restrict]