Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah welcomed Tuesday's UN Security Council statement, which called for general elections in Libya as soon as possible.

On his Facebook account on Wednesday, Dbeibah said the position of the Security Council agrees with his vision for a political solution based on ending transitional stages through fair and transparent elections.

He indicated that this prompted him to accept the invitation of the UN envoy to Libya to the five-party dialogue table, as he called on all parties "to sit at the dialogue table to launch the stage of permanent stability that our people deserve."

On Tuesday, the UNSC members reiterated their strong commitment to an inclusive political process led and owned by the Libyans, facilitated by the UN, and built on the updated electoral laws agreed upon by the 6+6 Committee," referring to the outputs of the joint Committee formed by the House of Representatives and the High Council of State.

In a press release, the UNSC members opined that these outputs would pave the way for national elections that are transparent, fair, and inclusive as soon as possible.