Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, called on the diplomatic mission of Canada to start functioning from Tripoli during a meeting with Canada's Ambassador to Libya, Isabelle Savard, on Tuesday.

Welcoming the return of the Canadian embassy's work, Dbeibah said the mission should work from the capital akin to other countries since the situation on the ground in Libya is seeing meaningful improvement.

According to the PM media office, the meeting touched upon aspects of cooperation, including in areas of education and health, besides creating partnerships in these sectors.

For her part, the Canadian ambassador confirmed that her team is working to have a permanent presence in Libya and to activate aspects of cooperation between the two countries.

She also reiterated her country's support for international efforts to achieve elections in Libya.