The Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Unity, Abdel Hamid Dbiebeh, affirmed that no foreign force or mercenaries will remain anywhere in Libya.
Dbiebeh said, upon his return from New York after participating in Security Council session on Libya, that he stressed during the session on real principles, including that the future of Libya has no place for wars or blood, and no foreign forces or mercenaries will remain anywhere in the country.
He added that his government will support holding elections and “will not stand as a stumbling block against the desire of the Libyan people.”
“We will continue to unify our sovereign and non-sovereign institutions,” Dbiebeh noted out.
“We called for activating sanctions against those who obstruct the process of unifying the state and building institutions, and punishing the instigators of violence, war and hatred at home and abroad,” he stressed.