UNSMIL, UNDP launch media campaign to support reconciliation in Libya

August 7, 2018 Off By Web Desk

As part of efforts to strengthen the participation of all Libyans in the process of reconciliation, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Monday launched the Al-Solh Khair (Reconciliation is Good) media campaign.

This nationwide initiative aims to raise awareness among citizens about the importance played by dialogue, local reconciliation agreements and social cohesion in achieving peace in the country, UNSMIL said in a statement on its website.

Deputy Special Representative for Political Affairs in Libya Stephanie T. Williams and UNDP Country Director Sultan Hajiyev inaugurated the event in the presence of several representatives from the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), the High Council of State and the IDP Committee.

According to the statement, during the coming months, television and radio stations around Libya will broadcast messages of peace, interviews and talk-shows to advance Libyans engagement in reconciliation processes and enhance a culture of tolerance, respect for human rights, cultural diversity, solidarity and the rejection of violence.

Source: International Islamic News Agency