Britain wants to see the Libyan elections held on December 24 as scheduled, British Embassy’s Chargé d’Affaires Kate English told Deputy Chairman of the Presidential Council Abdulla al-Lafi today in Tripoli.
Head of the Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC) and the British Ambassador to Libya reviewed in a meeting Monday in Tripoli developments of the electoral process, preparations for the upcoming stages, and the general agenda of the Commission, according to HNEC.
Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Mangoush, has held a bilateral meeting in London with Liz Truss, Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs of the United Kingdom, to discuss recent developments in Libya.
Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdel Hamid Dbeibeh, discussed Monday with a delegation from the British Ministry of Defense, “assistance in rebuilding the Libyan military institution, and the government’s efforts to unify the army,” according to the Prime Minister Media Office.
An Airbus A400 cargo plane of the British Air Force left Misurata Air College Airport on Saturday night shortly after landing. This comes after 4 Turkish military cargo planes landed in the same airport during the past 72 hours.
Chairman of the Libyan Post Telecommunications and Information Technology Company (LPTIC), Faisal Gurgab, discussed in a meeting with the British Ambassador to Libya, Nicholas Hopton, mechanism of cooperation with British companies in the field of cyber security, and the protection of the electronic network using modern British technologies.
Aref Al-Nayed, head of the Libya Revival political part, told on Sunday the outgoing British Ambassador Nicholas Hopton that the 5+5 Joint Military Committee must be supported in its demand to freeze foreign military deal and remove mercenaries out of the country.