About a dozen foreign ministers and representatives of international organizations are to discuss progress on ending the conflict in Libya at the Munich Security Conference.
The Sunday morning meeting chaired by German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and the UN representative for Libya, Ghassan Salame, is to review implementation of measures agreed on at a summit in Berlin four weeks ago.
Maas said the effort was to implement “step by step what was decided in Berlin,”.
On the initiative of Germany, 16 states and organizations had agreed to end outside interference in Libya’s civil war.
In addition to a ceasefire, it also includes compliance with an arms embargo and the continuation of talks between the warring factions.
Arms deliveries to the North African country have so far continued, however.
Other topics on the agenda at the final day of the Munich conference will focus on the situation in Europe.
Around 35 heads of state and government, and almost 100 foreign and defence ministers are attending the 56th edition of the three-day conference. (dpa/NAN)