The gathering, which started on Monday, was aimed at setting a roadmap out of Libya's yearslong civil war.
This year, some 500 migrants have died trying to cross the Central Mediterranean, according to the IOM, but the organization warned that there were likely more deaths that had gone uncounted.
Libya is split between a UN-backed government in the capital, Tripoli, and rival authorities based in the east. The two sides are backed by local militias as well as regional and foreign powers.
The Indian nationals, hailing from Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh, were kidnapped at Asshwerif on September 14 when they were on their way to the Tripoli airport.
The Indians were kidnapped at a place called Asshwerif on September 14 when they were on their way to the Tripoli airport to catch a flight to India
Protests over deteriorating economic conditions erupted earlier this week in the capital and elsewhere in western Libya, which is controlled by forces loyal to the UN-supported government.
Fayez Sarraj, head of the Government of National Accord in the capital, announced parliamentary and presidential elections would be held in March.
The conflict has escalated into a regional proxy war fueled by foreign powers pouring weapons and mercenaries into the country.
Libya has been mired in chaos since the 2011 uprising that toppled and later killed longtime dictator Moamer Kadhafi.
The shelling of the facility in the city's Furnaj district on late Saturday also wounded at least 17 people.
The health minister of the UN-recognised GNA late Tuesday reported 'a first contamination with the coronavirus in Libya,' without giving details of the case.
We have known of cases of Libyan women dealing with foreign intelligence services, a General told a news channel.