Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah discussed with the US Special Envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, developments in the local and international political situation, files of cooperation between the two countries, and efforts to advance the political process.

This discussion took place during a meeting in Tripoli in the presence of the Charge d’Affairs of the US Embassy, ​​Jeremy Brendt, the Deputy Military Attaché at the Embassy, ​​and the Director of the US Agency for International Development Mission to Libya, in addition to the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Adel Jumua, Minister of Communications and Political Affairs, Walid Al-Lafi, and Minister of Local Government: Badr Al-Deen Al-Toumi.

Dbeibah reaffirmed his government’s support for local and international efforts aimed at holding parliamentary and presidential elections in accordance with fair, enforceable laws to end the transitional stages.

The meeting also discussed joint projects with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and ways to enhance cooperation with the Ministry of Local Government.

Meanwhile, the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, received Norland and his accompanying delegation in Tripoli. Menfi's media office said that the meeting reviewed the latest developments in the political situation in Libya and the need to push it forward to reach elections, in addition to the security and military situation, securing the south, and achieving stability across the country.