Play more active role in Libya’s reconstruction, PeacePro urges AU
Welcome cease fire agreement
A Non Governmental Organization, Foundation for Peace Professionals (PeacePro) has hailed the cease fire agreement between the two factional Governments in Libya, describing it as the beginning of peace making in the North African country.
PeacePro also urges the two factional Governments to work out their country’s harmonization and never return to the era of violent confrontation.
In a statement by Abdulrazaq Hamzat, the Executive Director of the organization, PeacePro stated that, with the latest parmanent ceasefire agreement between the conflicting parties, a decade of violence in Libya is halted, giving the country an opportunity to make peace and begin the process of reconstruction and transformation.
According to Hamzat, we welcomes the ceasefire agreement facilitated by the United Nations and we urge the African Union to play more active role in the reconstruction process.
Hamzat explained that, the responsibility of parmanently resolving the Libya’s crisis and getting the country back on its feat cannot be left to the United Nations alone, arguing that the passive or nominal role of the African Union is not good for the continent.
PeacePro therefore call on all Libyans to bury their bitterness and forgive each other.