The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, responded to the appeal of citizen Suad Abdul-Nabi Al-Ahmar, who had been stranded in Gaza, and vowed to facilitate the procedures for moving her and her children out of the areas of clashes.

The GNU said in a statement that Dbeibah had directly issued instructions to the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Al-Taher Al-Baour, on Monday evening, to communicate with the relevant authorities in order to take the necessary measures to move the woman and her children safely out of the areas of clashes, and then return them to Libya. 

Facebook pages circulated in the last few days a video of the woman appealing to Dbeibah to facilitate the procedures for her and her children’s departure from the Gaza Strip.

The woman said that she had sent her papers to the embassy, and wanted government intervention to complete some procedures to get her and her children out as soon as possible. She remarked: "We are almost staying on the street."

Gaza Strip, besieged by the Israeli occupation forces, is witnessing for the fourth month in a row bombings and strikes targeting civilians, leaving more than 23,000 martyrs and nearly 60,000 wounded so far.