By Hadi Fornaji.
Tripoli, 26 June 2015:
Both sides in the UNSMIL peace talks found total unity this afternoon when they stood together . . .[restrict]in silence as a sign of respect for the victims in today’s terrorist slaughter in Tunisia, Kuwait, France and Somalia.
The delegates issued a joint statement expressing their shock and horror at the attacks, which they said they condemned in the strongest terms. They formed a group outside of the hall in Skirhat, Morocco, where they are holding their talks on Draft IV of the UNSMIL peace accord, to observe a minute’s silence.
UNSMIL said in a statement that they were also remembering all those who have lost their lives in the Libyan conflict, especially the victims of terrorist attacks. It added: “These horrendous attacks today should drive Libyans to set aside their differences and work together for the sake of bringing peace to Libya”.