Libya’s Presidential Council said on Sunday that the lack of a “unified crisis management system” in the country has disrupted international aid efforts related to the flood disaster that struck the east of the country on 10 September.
The Head of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Menfi, said that the flood disaster that struck eastern Libya is greater than the capabilities of the country, which has been exhausted by external interference and political division.
The president of Libya’s Presidential Council, Mohammed al-Menfi, affirmed his support for expanding participation and dialogue in the joint committee drafting election laws during a meeting with UN envoy Abdoulaye Bathily on Wednesday.
The Presidential Council (PC) has demanded that Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah explain the meeting between his Foreign Minister Najla Al-Mangoush, and her counterpart in the Israeli occupying state.
Vice President of the Presidential Council, Mousa Al-Koni/ Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, said that a unified military institution is crucial for the stability of our country during a workshop on Sunday to mark the 83rd anniversary of the founding of Libya’s Army.
The Libyan Presidential Council has pledged not to recognize military rule in Niger following a coup that ousted President Mohamed Bazoum.
The head of the Presidential Council, Muhammad Menfi, expressed Libya’s desire to see Moscow, African leaders, and all stakeholders work towards ending the presence of mercenaries and foreign forces on its territory, without restriction or condition, and as soon as possible.
Vice Chairman of Libya’s Presidential Council of Libya, Abdullah Al-Lafi, met yesterday with the head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), John Nicolas, on the occasion of the end of his mandate.
Member of the Presidential Council, Musa Al-Koni, has reviewed his vision for the return of the provincial system to break up the centralization that exhausted the state, as he put it.
The Libyan Presidential Council (PC) on Saturday expressed its readiness for “extended consultation with all national forces and institutions concerned with the participation of the UN mission to ensure the continuation of the current stability and prepare the atmosphere for elections” in the country.