The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, has said that the elections won't be complete without meeting the President of the African Union and coordinating positions with him.

Dbeibah's remarks came in a meeting with the President of the African Union, the Senegalese President, Macky Sall, at the presidential palace in the Senegalese capital, Dakar, on Monday in the presence of Senegalese ministers of foreign affairs, economy, planning, higher education and innovation, in addition to the President's political advisor, as well as the Libyan ministers of economy, finance and higher education, in addition to the ministers of state for communication and political affairs, according to a statement by the Government of National Unity.

The meeting was also attended by the Chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority, the Director of the Bank of the Sahel and Sahara, and the Head of the Union of Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

The meeting saw a discussion about the results of the second session of the Libyan-Senegalese Committee, stressing the need to complete and activate those outcomes, and form a preparatory committee from the two countries to coordinate the holding of the meeting of the third session to increase cooperation.

President Sall said that he was pleased with the return of the Executive Secretariat of the Community of Sahel and Saharan States to Tripoli, hailing the activation of a number of political and economic projects linking Libya to Africa and saying that the African Union will be a key supporter of achieving the will of the Libyan people to end transitional periods and go to elections.