Al-Sarraj sends Libyans peace and stability message on February Revolution Day
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj has addressed Libyans and the world on February 17 revolution's 9th anniversary, saying his message is for peace and stability in Libya.
Al-Sarraj added in his televised statement on Monday, commemorating the 9th anniversary of February 17 revolution that toppled the long-time dictator Moammar Gaddafi, that his government is always calling for peace and stability in the country.
"Despite all hindrances and negative actions on the ground, our government is committed to move Libyans forward and materialize their freedom and democracy dreams as well as the aspirations of the state of law and peaceful circulation of power." Al-Sarraj added, saying "the clock doesn't work backward".
He also said that many regional powers know that Libya has the resources to become a major country in the region if it became stable.
Al-Sarraj explained that Libyans need to unify and help the country develop with steady progress so security, peace and stability can regain Libya its position in the region and the world.