The heads of several committees within the House of Representatives (HoR) discussed with the United Kingdom's ambassador to Libya, Caroline Hurndall, unifying the executive authority and inviting British companies to work in the oil, gas and renewable energy sector.
The Media Office of the HoR indicated that the meeting in Benghazi saw the British ambassador reiterate her country's support for the security and stability in Libya and the illegal immigration file as well as its impact on the security and stability of Britain and Europe.
The heads of the committees stressed the need to hold presidential and parliamentary elections simultaneously, the need to remove mercenaries and foreign forces from Libya, and establish a fair and transparent distribution mechanism for the country's resources. They also stressed their rejection of foreign intervention in Libyan internal affairs.
Earlier on Wednesday, the British ambassador met with the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Ali Al-Hibri. She reviewed the latest developments in unifying the Central Bank, the obstacles facing it, in addition to the economic and financial situation that Libya is facing in light of recent local and international developments. They also revealed the decision to adjust the exchange rate of the dinar.