The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah attended on Tuesday the launching of the First International Legal Conference for Military Justice, organized by the Ministry of Defense of the Government of National Unity under the slogan “The Path to Peace Under the Rule of Law.”

In his opening speech, Dbeibah stressed that the conference was being held under appropriate conditions that were achieved thanks to the choice of the stability resolution that all Libyans called for after years of chaos, which helped the movement and activity of terrorist hotbeds.

Dbeibah stressed the importance of adopting laws that criminalize terrorist acts and guarantee deterrent penalties for all forms of terrorism, noting that terrorism takes various forms, including terrorism by extremist groups, murderers, bandits, human smugglers, and warlords, as well as terrorism of states, regimes, and governments.

He also stressed the necessity of creating solid religious educational awareness that reflects the identity of Libyan society, noting that this is an integrated governmental societal responsibility.

The launching ceremony of the conference activities was attended by the Chief of General Staff of the Libyan Army, the Military Prosecutor, a number of leaders of Operation Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous, the Minister of State for Women’s Affairs, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Justice, the Director-General of the National Council for Economic and Social Development, in addition to ambassadors of Arab and foreign countries in Libya.