The international conference in Libya held in Palermo, Sicily, is Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
The conference includes leaders of the North African countries, UN Special Envoy Gashan Salame and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
The Prime Minister has sent pictures of the work on Twitter at the conference.
The work of the Libyan Conference, held in Palermo, Sicily. pic.twitter.com/Xf2KUrZQTp
– Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (@PrimeministerGR) 13 November 2018
Greece was first invited to the Libyan international summit. The event, as public sources have indicated, reflects its increased position as the backbone of stability and peace in the region. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to emphasize that the safeguarding of Libya's territorial integrity in the fight against international terrorism, the safeguarding of stable institutions and the rule of law and the defense of the country's economic development are the priorities of Greece for which it operates and through the European Union.
From our national sources, our country also stresses the need for cooperation with countries in the region, such as Egypt, within the framework of the new multilevel Mediterranean policy on security, immigration, economics and energy. At the same time, it faces the root causes of immigration through more effective cooperation with Africa and the Asian countries, which has a positive impact on the security of the Mediterranean and the EU. overall.
Meanwhile, the prime minister is expected to point to the need to establish effective structures in Libya (in co-operation with the EU and UNHCR) to manage refugees and migratory flows and increase resettlement positions from Libya to Europe.