Spokespeople of the German government gathered for a press conference in Berlin on Monday, where they commented on the coronavirus pandemic and the conflict in Libya.
Deputy spokesperson for German Federal Foreign Office Rainer Breul stressed that Berlin's stance on the Libyan conflict «has not changed over the weekend,» and called for continued negotiations.
«I think there was a positive signal to resume the 5 + 5 talks. We support this, that is the right way. And for these efforts, led by the UN, we place our entire weight as Germany and as part of the European Union behind it,» he added.
«Libya is one of the international conflicts which worries us a lot, as well as the French, because Germany contributed a lot to making a political solution possible through the Berlin conference,» added German government spokesperson Steffen Seibert.
Meanwhile, German Health Ministry spokesperson Teresa Nauber emphasized Germany's approach to combatting the coronavirus pandemic is «testing, testing, testing — but targeted.»