(ANSAmed) - BRUSSELS, MAY 15 - The EU has been invited to send a mission of election observers to Libya for the upcoming elections in June, reported the EU Commission in its annual report on relations with countries in the region, published today in Brussels. The EU is helping the authorities organise elections for the National Congress, although the situation in the country is still ''very fluid'', the report underlined, with ''a general lack of coordination and limited institutional capacities''. Bilateral relations have been defined as ''good'' and the EU will try to complete ''a long-term agreement with the new Libyan authorities'' after the elections, once they are ready to start negotiations. In the report, Brussels expressed ''preoccupation'' over the respect of human rights in Libya, in particular regarding internal refugees, ethnic minorities and sub-Saharan African immigrants. Economically, current trade with the EU is essentially limited to oil and natural gas, but the process of completing agreements in this field ''is quite murky, similar to the past, often associated with corruption accusations''. Regarding cooperation, thus far the EU has provided 85 million euros for humanitarian assistance and has developed a 30 million-euro short-term aid package, which includes support for civil society and immigrant management. Another 50 million-euro package has been planned for 2012-2013 whose priorities will be defined with the Libyan authorities. (ANSAmed).