The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Saddek El-Kaber, met with Martin Longden, the United Kingdom's Ambassador to Libya, to discuss financial reforms.

According to the CBL, the meeting covered various topics, including unifying the Central Bank and withdrawing the fifty-dinar banknote from circulation.

The discussion also covered imposing tariffs on foreign currency sales, approving a unified budget, fuel exchange, and addressing subsidy issues.

The British Ambassador affirmed his country's support for the efforts of the Central Bank in maintaining financial sustainability, commending its role in preserving the stability of the state.