The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, has reaffirmed the government's continued commitment to serving the and creating the appropriate conditions to end the transitional stages through fair and impartial elections, saying that the current stage requires that everyone continues their adherence to the option of peace and the peaceful transfer of power.

In his speech at the fourth cabinet meeting for the year 2023 held in the city of Misrata, in the presence of the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, Dbeibah said that there was a need to establish a stable situation in which the opportunities for construction and development that enhance the chances of success of the elections are strengthened and the results are accepted by all parties.

The Prime Minister expressed his aspiration that the United Nations Support Mission in Libya's sponsorship of the (5+5) joint military commission track would lead to maintaining stability in Libya and preventing a return to war again, stressing the government's support for all efforts in this regard and calling on the legislative authority to come to grips with the fact that Libyans have become more aware to confront the extension projects.

He said that all paths that lead to a peaceful end to the transitional stages are paths that are identical to the government's program and policies, hailing the efforts of the General Electricity Company of Libya in implementing the government's plan with the aim of stabilizing the public electricity network and alleviating the frequent power outages that Libya had previously suffered from.

Dbeibah also announced a government plan to completely eliminate the fuel crisis in Libya, stressing direct work to deal with the fuel problem that occurs in some periods by developing the infrastructure of refineries and reservoirs damaged during past wars. He added that his government is seeking to implement an integrated tripartite plan to achieve self-sufficiency in the production of local refineries, by developing several refineries, including Al-Zawiya, Tobruk and Ras Lanuf, in addition to the supply of floating tanks to build strategic stocks.

"As long as the state of stability continues, there will be a promising opportunity to develop the oil and gas sector to meet the needs of the local market and support the financing of the public treasury through exports." He added.