The French ambassador to Libya, Mostafa Mihraje, visited the eastern region, where he met with a number of officials to discuss the political path to resolving the Libyan crisis.

The French embassy in Libya indicated in a series of tweets that the ambassador met the Speaker of House of Representatives, Aqila Saleh, to discuss the political track in Libya represented by "the constitutional basis, elections, wealth distribution", as the French ambassador stressed his country’s support for Libya’s unity and sovereignty.

The ambassador also met with Khalifa Haftar, the Parliament-designated Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, and the Head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives, Youssef Al-Agouri, to discuss the political process in Libya.

In separate meetings, the French ambassador stressed his country's position in support of Libya's unity, stability and sovereignty, and the creation of a constitutional basis as well as a unified executive authority for elections in all of Libya, in line with the desire of the Libyans.

The French ambassador also met with the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, Ali Al-Hibri, to discuss developments in the reunification process of the Central Bank, stressing that the unification of the Central Bank and the creation of a stable financial system positively affects the economic potential of Libya.