The participants also discussed confidence building measures to safeguard the national unity of the country and to alleviate the suffering of the Libyan population. These include:
- Address the situation of the illegally detained, and to work on the release of those detained without legal basis with respect to judicial procedures in this regard.
- Address the situation of the abducted and missing and to work towards the immediate release of the abducted and provision of complete information on the missing to their families.
- Address the situation of the refugees inside and outside the country and the internally displaced in particular those affected by the latest conflict.
- Providing and allowing humanitarian aid to reach affected areas in coordination with international organizations and civil society institutions, including medical, educational, life sustaining and public services with special attention to the most affected regions and areas.
- Stopping inciting media campaigns that provoke adversity. Political, religious and media messages should be directed to promote reconciliation, tolerance and national unity.
- Opening of airports and securing air and maritime navigation as well as land transportation throughout the country and refraining from assaulting vital installations and working on opening the airspace especially with neighbouring countries.
- Securing freedom of movement of citizens.
- Calls to secure the salaries to all those who have a right to it without discrimination on any basis.
- Invite relevant governmental institutions to secure and provide the appropriate mechanisms to import the necessary foodstuff and supplies.
This dialogue is guided by a set of principles, the most important of which is commitment to the foundations of the 17 February revolution, respect for the legitimacy of State institutions, separation of powers and the peaceful transfer of power, as well as the rejection of violence and terrorism.