Security Council to discuss resolution on Libya
An ISIS motorcade in the Libya - snapshot from youtube video

CAIRO: The Security Council will discuss on Wednesday a draft resolution on Libya Wednesday, where it will support several agreements previously signed to restore stability to the oil-rich country.

The draft resolution demands full support to a National Accord Government that Libyans are forming after they signed on Dec. 17 the Political Agreement of Skhirat Morocco to defeat the Libya branch of the Islamic State group and all groups that pledged allegiance for it.

In efforts that the new government be headquartered in Tripoli the draft resolution calls on Libyan militias to accept the authority of the National Accord Government and demands all member states of the Security Council to cease any support to “parallel institution.”

“Those individuals and entities engaging in or providing support for acts that threaten the peace, stability or security of Libya, or that obstruct or undermine the successful completion of the political transition to a stable, secure and prosperous Libya under a Government of National Accord, must be held strictly accountable, and in this regard, recalls the travel ban and asset freeze measures,” according to the draft.

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