The United States Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, released an update on his activity during his first 60 days in Libya & US involvement in the Libyan peace process.
The US is engaged in two key efforts:
Externally, Amb. Norland & senior US State Department officials participated in a 2nd meeting of the Berlin working group on 1 Oct., aimed a promoting a political solution to the conflict. Following this meeting, Amb. Norland visited Algeria to discuss how the conflict is affecting security & economic prospects in the North African region. He later met with representatives from the UAE & Egypt, followed by meetings with Russian & Turkish officials.
Internally, the US claims it is committed to engaging with all parties & urging them to deescalate military operations. The US is also working to maintain the "unity and integrity" of key Libyan economic actors, especially the National Oil Corporation and the Central Bank of Libya, crucial parts of the Libyan economy.