Libia e Nazioni Unite. Problemi all’orizzonte..

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Problemi all’orizzonte.. per Stephanie Williams

La gestione della missione delle Nazioni Unite in Libia non è un successo..

Qualche problemino fra l’Ente per la Sicurezza Libica e il capo della missione delle Nazioni Unite in Libia –  UNSMIL –

L’attuale capo missione è Stephanie Turco Williams.

Stephanie Williams   è un diplomatico degli Stati Uniti.

A partire da gennaio 2020, Williams è il vice capo della Missione di sostegno delle Nazioni Unite in Libia per gli affari politici.

Ma il suo operato è ampiamente criticato e  viene descritto come una seria minaccia per la Libia e per la libertà del suo popolo.

E’ criticato in modo dettagliato  dall’LNSA, ovvero dall’Agenzia Nazionale Libica per la Sicurezza..    – Libyan National Security Agency.

UNSMIL and Libyan peace process…

In July 2018, Williams was appointed to represent the UN Secretary-General António Guterres as his Deputy Special Representative for political affairs in the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL). Middle East Monitor interpreted Williams’ appointment as symbolising a “reshuffling of the cards”, a strengthening of the US interest in Libya, in the context of French, UK, Italian and US interests in Libya.

On 11 January 2020, in her role as deputy head of UNSMIL for political affairs, Williams discussed with Khalid al-Mishri, head of the High Council of State (HCS), inviting the HCS to a late-January meeting between the HCS and the House of Representatives (HoR) in Geneva for the purposes of “resuming dialogue”. Under the 3-point peace plan of UNSMIL head Ghassan Salamé, the third track of the third part of the plan would consist of intra-Libyan political negotiations. The first and second points of the plan consist of a ceasefire and an international meeting to enforce the arms embargo on Libya,[8] while the third point includes economic, military/security and political tracks.

In late 2020, as effective head of UNSMIL, Williams oversaw the continuation of the economic, military and political tracks of intra-Libyan peace negotiations. The political track was renamed the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF). Williams’ mediation of the peace process included wide consultations, including meetings with Libyan mayors from the West, South and East of Libya as part of the LPDF process, scheduled to hold its first face-to-face meeting in Tunisia in early November 2020.]

I 21 punti descritti dal Dr. MOHAMED HETWASH, responsabile della Sicurezza Nazionale, sono ben precisi e motivati..

Certamente l’azione della diplomatica Stephanie Williams non è particolarmente gradita..

Che sia arrivata l’ora di cambiare le azioni poste in essere a danno del popolo Libico ?