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ROME, December 13. /TASS/. Countries and organization that took part in the Rome conference on Libya have pledged to work only with Libya’s new government of national unity and stop all contacts with other groups, according to a final communiques adopted on Sunday.
The participants said in the communique they recognized and supported Libya’s political accord and institutions established by it. They expressed support to the government of national unity as the only legitimate government in Libya and pledged to stop official contacts all who were not mentioned in the Libyan political agreement.
Apart from that, the participants in the Rome conference said they supported Libya’s financial organizations such as the Central Bank and the National Oil Corporation that would work under control of the new authorities.
The one-day meeting was attended by top diplomats from the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (Great Britain, China, Russia, the United States and France), Tunisia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, Spain, and European Union’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and United Nations special envoy on Libya Martiv Kobler. The meeting was organized at Italy’s initiative with support from the United States.