Members of the Libyan Parliament held talks on Thursday in Benghazi with the British ambassador to Libya, Caroline Hurndall, according to the Parliament Spokesman, Abdulla Bleihiq.
The Parliament members were the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives, Youssef Al-Aqouri, accompanied by the Chairman of the Energy Committee, Issa Al-Araibi, the Chairman of the Defense and National Security Committee, Talal Al-Mihoub, and the Chairman of the Legislative Committee, Ramadan Shambash.
The meeting, held at the headquarters of the Parliament in Benghazi dealt with a number of files, the most important of which is the role of the United Kingdom in supporting security and stability in Libya and the file of illegal immigration and its impact on the security and stability of the United Kingdom and the European continent, Bleihiq said.
They also stressed the need to hold presidential and parliamentary elections simultaneously, and the need to remove mercenaries and foreign forces from Libya and establish a fair, transparent distribution mechanism for the country’s resources.
The Parliament members also affirmed their refusal to interfere in Libyan internal affairs.
The meeting dealt with the file of unifying the executive authority and inviting companies in the United Kingdom to work in the field of oil, gas and renewable energy in Libya.