"There are currently no concrete considerations whether and to what extent the Bundeswehr would take part in a possible mission in Libya. Anyway, this issue will stay off the table until the competing parties in Libya have succeeded in forming a unity government and essentially stabilizing the country. Now is the time for diplomatic negotiations," the press center said.
On Thursday, US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter stated that a final decision on sending military forces to Libya to combat inroads by Daesh there was not made yet.
Amid the instability, Daesh alongside other militant groups has been gaining a foothold in the country, carrying out attacks on Libya’s oil infrastructure.
Daesh, is a terrorist group outlawed in many countries around the world, including the United States and Russia. The group has seized large areas in Syria and Iraq and declared a caliphate on territories under its control.