Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah renewed Sunday his welcome to the initiative presented by the UN envoy to Libya Abdoulaye Bathily, saying it comes within international efforts to hold elections in accordance with fair and impartial laws.
Dbeibah confirmed during a meeting with the ambassadors of European Union (EU) countries to Libya that Libyans reject the transitional stages and want stability through holding elections, saying that the people have the final say in all results and that their participation has become an urgent necessity.
The meeting attendees discussed a number of political issues, including cooperation between Libya and EU countries, as Dbeibah welcomed the return of EU embassies to work from Libya: from Tripoli and Benghazi.
He touched on the crimes against the Palestinian people and his support for international efforts for a ceasefire and stopping the aggression, stressing the need to unify the efforts of the EU to stop the Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip.
The leader of EU ambassadors, the Spanish ambassador to Libya, indicated that he was grateful for the positive conditions that Libya was experiencing compared to previous years, adding that his country’s embassy is now working from Tripoli and providing its services to the Libyan people after a 10-year hiatus.
The EU ambassador to Libya, Nicola Orlando, also reaffirmed the EU's support for the efforts of the UN envoy through the upcoming dialogue and hailed the cooperation efforts between Libya and the EU countries, especially in the file of illegal immigration and economic cooperation in all its fields.
The meeting was attended by the ambassadors of Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Greece, Malta, Finland, Romania, Austria, the Netherlands, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Bulgaria, in addition to the EU ambassador to Libya.