The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, discussed on Tuesday with the Chief of the General Staff of the Libyan Army, Mohammed Al-Haddad, the conditions of the wounded and the problems facing their medical treatment file.

This came during an expanded meeting held at the Ministry of Defense, attended by the Minister of Transportation and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, in addition to the Director-General of the Military Medicine Service, the Head of the Authority for the Families of Martyrs, Wounded and Missing Persons, the Director-General of the Support and Emergency Medicine Center, and the Head of the Treatment Services Support and Development Service.

The meeting focused on unifying efforts to organize the file of treating the injured and determining the tasks assigned to the relevant agencies. The attendees agreed to determine the cases that will be treated inside Libya through the treatment localization program, while treatment procedures for incurable cases abroad will be completed, according to their medical reports and the results of the committee formed for this purpose.

Dbeibah stressed the necessity of providing the best healthcare to the injured, and defining the tasks assigned to the relevant agencies, to meet all their needs. This meeting comes a few days after protests erupted in the capital, Tripoli, by war-wounded people and the families of the victims due to the failure to respond to their demands. Photos and videos on social media showed that the protesters stormed the Prime Minister’s Office without recording any significant human damage.