The stable conditions in Tripoli have galvanized local and international efforts to unify the military and security establishment, says Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah.

"This climate of stability also contributed to the progress of our preparations for achieving national elections, according to fair and impartial laws that end the transitional stages," the PM said in a tweet he shared on his account Sunday.

Dbeibah's remarks came following a security meeting in Tripoli Sunday, which brought together senior figures from the west and east camps.

He said that elections would achieve a peaceful solution to the division and wars that threaten the country and community cohesion.

"Our constants are clear; yes to the civil state, no to the military state, yes to elections, no to extension, yes to peace, no to wars."

Under the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee, military leaders affiliated with Dbeibah's government and the rival authorities in the east met in Tripoli Sunday for UN-led talks over unifying the military and security institutions.

Sunday's session was a follow-up to a meeting held in Tunisia the past few days under the auspices of Bathily, who said it was to "bridge the views of the two parties and a prelude to unifying the security and military forces."