The summit was attended by the Arab side, Egypt and Algeria, as two neighboring countries, and Tunisia was excluded from the preparatory path for the summit, while it was invited hours before the summit, which prompted it to apologize, and issued a statement confirming its position on resolving the conflict between the Libyan brothers.
Participants in the Berlin Conference on Libya issued a final statement calling for strengthening the armistice in the country, stopping attacks on oil facilities, forming a unified Libyan military force, and banning the supply of weapons to Libya.
The participating parties called on all concerned to redouble their efforts to achieve a sustainable cessation of hostilities and to reduce escalation and a permanent ceasefire.
He called the participants in the talks to stop all military moves by the parties to the conflict or in the framework of providing direct support to either party on all of Libya's territory since the beginning of the ceasefire, in addition to taking measures that contribute to enhancing confidence between them, such as exchanges of prisoners.
The participants vowed to refrain from interfering in the armed conflict or the internal affairs of Libya, and they continued, "We call on all international parties to follow our example."
The statement stressed the central role of the United Nations in supporting and reconciling the comprehensive political process between the Libyan parties. In this context, the signatories of the statement pledged strict and full commitment to respect and implement the arms embargo imposed by Libya imposed by the United Nations Security Council in accordance with Resolution No. 1970 issued in 2011, and subsequent resolutions on non-proliferation in Libya, and called on "all international parties to take the same Measures".
They also committed to tightening control measures to implement the arms embargo and strengthening the United Nations mechanism to ensure the implementation of this resolution, stressing the need to avoid any steps that would deepen the conflict.
Participants in the talks urged a comprehensive declaration and disarmament process for armed groups and formations in Libya, with the subsequent integration of its elements into civilian, military and security services in person based on the strength of the armed forces and checking their identities, while calling on the United Nations to support this process.
The signatories also affirmed the statement their support for the establishment of a unified Libyan national army, police and unified security forces under the management of the central civil authorities on the basis of the Cairo negotiating talks and the documents emanating from them.
The attendees stressed that the National Oil Corporation represents the only independent legitimate oil company in accordance with resolutions 2259 and 2441 issued by the United Nations Security Council, and they added: "We call on all parties to continue to ensure the security of installations and refrain from any hostile operations against oil sites and infrastructure."
They added: "We reject all attempts to destroy the Libyan oil infrastructure and all types of illegal work to prospect for energy resources that belong to the Libyan people by selling or buying crude oil or oil products outside the control of the National Oil Corporation."
The signatories of the statement stated that they intend to form the International Follow-up Committee under the auspices of the United Nations to continue coordination on the outcome of the Berlin Conference.
They indicated that its meetings will be held on two levels, the first is plenary sessions with the participation of senior officials, which will be held every month, while the second is in the technical working group sessions with the participation of experts and chaired by representatives of the United Nations.
The participants in the Berlin conference also proposed in the final statement the establishment of a mechanism for economic reconstruction of Libya under the control of the future unified government, focusing on addressing the situation in the cities of Benghazi, Derna, Marzak, Sebha, Sirte and the capital, Tripoli.
While informed Libyan sources revealed the details of the meeting of the Libyan Presidential Council, Fayez al-Sarraj, with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Germany, stressing that al-Sarraj called for greater support from the Turkish regime for armed militias in Tripoli to block the Libyan army's operation to liberate Tripoli.