Paris is to host an international conference on Libya next week, "to garner support for that country in a number of areas", according to a report from KUNA.
The conference, on 12th February, will bring together about 14 participants, including national delegations and international organisations, the Foreign Ministry said.
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) will be represented, as will the United Nations and the European Union and other international organisations, but the full list and level of participants is still being compiled.
Qatar and the United Arab Emirates are expected to send national delegations, as are the United States, Britain and several other European nations.
The aim of the conference is to "indentify areas of cooperation", to assist Libya with challenges, and draw up projects in the areas of internal and external security, justice and law.