Russia is ready to work with the United States in order to resolve the crisis in Libya, said Russia's ambassador to Libya, reported the RIA news agency on Friday.
Ivan Molotkov was also cited as saying that Moscow was ready to initiate the lifting of an international arms embargo on Libya, but that was something he said could only be done once the North African country had a united army.
Later on Friday, Germany earmarked 18 million euros ($21.3 million) in financial support to expand surveillance along the Libyan-Tunisian border.
Tunisia stepped up security measures along the 300-mile border in 2015 following attacks by extremists believed to have received training in Libya.
Germany's funds will be used to create permanent surveillance infrastructure and add to mobile observation equipment worth 16 million euros Berlin provided last year.
The project is being managed by the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency.