An excerpt from, "Egypt seeks help in disarming Libyan militias" by Walaa Hussein, Al-Monitor, September 5, 2014:
Meanwhile, Cairo is seeking international support to guarantee the success of its initiative to restore stability in Libya and remove heavy weapons from the militias and tribes in return for their participation in political life. Egypt does not wish to interfere in Libyan affairs amid the lack of reliable institutions capable of completing the disarmament process. Thus, Cairo is seeking the help of international organizations such as the United Nations to ensure the success of the move, which it recently approved in ministerial-level meetings with Libya’s neighbors.
Cairo is counting on the support of the international community and its various organizations to implement its initiative to support stability in Libya. Its current diplomatic moves aim to obtain international resolutions to impose sanctions that force the Libyan militias to hand over their heavy weapons to the weapon-collection fund it established as well as impose international sanctions on any country shown to support the arming of Libyan militias. In this context, the question arises as to what extent the international community will respond.