Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh held a meeting on Monday with the country’s top officials to discuss international lawsuits against Libya, according to a statement by the Government of National Unity.
Among the officials present at the meeting were Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush, Attorney-General Saddiq Al-Sour, Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) Saddiq Al-Kabir, and chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) Ali Mahmoud.
“Attendees agreed to hold periodic meetings to follow-up on the results of the measures taken by the Office of the Attorney General and the Audit Bureau regarding these issues,” said the government.
This notably comes a week after Belgium issued an international arrest warrant against LIA’s chairman Ali Mahmoud as part of its investigation into lost interest on the LIA’s billions at Euroclear for several years.
Belgium issues arrest warrant against chairman of Libya’s LIA