Libya's Presidential Council reiterates commitment to unifying military institution
The Libyan Presidential Council, in the capacity of the Chief Commander of the Libyan Army, reiterated Sunday its willingness to unify the military institution and support for national reconciliation to pave the way for December elections.
The remarks came in a visit for the Presidential Council deputies Mossa Al-Koni and Abdullah Al-Lafi to Anti-Terrorism Force in Al-Khums, where they reiterated that military institution and national reconciliation are vital for holding elections in December, reiterating support for the Anti-Terrorism Force to carry out its tasks.
It said the force was formed in 2016 after the liberation of Sirte from ISIS terrorists and contained Libyans from all across the country and operated under the military institution's command.
The Presidential Council deputies hailed the sacrifices made by the force since the time of the fight against ISIS by Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous Operation.