The Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Al-Mangoush, has briefed the Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbiebah on the results of her visits to Bahrain Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. 

Dbiebah met with Al-Mangoush on Tuesday after she had returned from her official tour that took place over the last week. He said that Al-Mangoush's tour aimed to coordinate joint Arab efforts and positions toward the files and challenges in the Arab and regional states, and to mobilize Arab support to end the transitional stages in Libya and to hold elections.

Dbeibah's media office said that Al-Mangoush talked about the positions of the governments of the countries she had visited, noting that there was an Arab consensus on the importance of holding national elections in Libya. 

Meanwhile, Dbeibah also discussed with Al-Mangoush the developments of Arab and international efforts aimed at reaching a permanent ceasefire in Sudan, expressing his appreciation for the Saudi role in leading the peace talks "between the brothers in Sudan." Al-Mangoush, on the other hand, conveyed to Dbeibah the promises of a number of Arab Gulf countries to reopen their embassies in the capital Tripoli.

The media office indicated that the meeting between Dbeibah and Al-Mangoush reviewed government measures implemented by the Foreign Ministry to organize diplomatic work abroad and ways to overcome all difficulties facing Libyan citizens overseas, facilitate all procedures for them, and continue strengthening relations and bonds of friendship and joint cooperation between Libya and friendly countries.