Agreement on the date, venue and ceremonial for a handover ceremony from the previous General National Congress to the current HoR.
Agreement on these points will allow for future discussions on the critical issues of governance and the political transition and full normalisation of institutions and the country.
In parallel, the United Nations will start talks with the parties to address a number of confidence building measures and security arrangements that will create the necessary conditions for peace and trust to prevail in Libya. As a prerequisite, all Libyans must comply with Resolution 2174 (2014), and in particular its call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire.
To this effect, a joint committee will be created by the Libyans and the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) to supervise the ceasefire. Other measures include agreeing on a timeline for the withdrawal of armed groups from the main cities, airports and other public installations all over the country.
Furthermore, all parties will support humanitarian relief and the joint ceasefire committee will also address cooperation and support in this area.
The solution to this crisis must come from the Libyans with the UN playing a facilitation role. Finally, Parties will negotiate under the principle that nothing is agreed until everything is agreed.