Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah says there will be no more fighting after the detention of a military leader on Monday triggered the worst fighting in Tripoli for years.

Mahmoud Hamza, head of the powerful 444 Brigade, was seized by the Special Deterrence Force (SDF) as he attempted to travel from Mitiga airport, which the SDF controls.

There will be zero tolerance for any irresponsible behavior, the PM told a group of dignitaries from Souq Al-Juma'a Municipality, which is home to the SDF military faction and the leaders of 444 Brigade.

He urged security services to work together to restore law and order.

On the other hand, the Speaker of the Dignitaries Council stressed the sanctity of Libyan blood, as he appreciated the PM's efforts and "wisdom" in dealing with the recent events and the measures his government adopted to end the clashes.

During the meeting, both sides agreed on the need for concerted social and security efforts to end the repercussions of the recent clashes, ensure that they do not recur, and prevent wars, regardless of their parties and causes, according to the Hakomitna platform.

The meeting included the ministers of local government, housing and construction, the state for the PM and cabinet affairs, and the mayors of the municipalities of Ain Zara, Souq Al-Juma'a, Sidi Al-Sayeh, Qasr Bin Ghashir, and Al-Sabaia.

Calm returned to Tripoli on Wednesday after two days of deadly confrontations between the SDF and the 444 Brigade, with 55 killed and 146 wounded, according to the health authorities in Tripoli.