The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, has stressed that Libya Stabilization Conference, which is the first of its kind in ten years, is a strong message that shows Libya’s stability and development process.

In his opening remarks to the attendees of the Libya Stabilization Conference, Dbeibah called for the support of all parties involved in the Libyan situation in order to reach an understanding regarding several controversial issues, especially the entanglement of foreign forces’ presence.

The Libyan Prime Minister said the conference isn’t a way to avoid the commitments made by his government to the Libyan people, but it reiterates the continuation of the government’s support for holding elections in the best environment possible, and for urging all Libyan parties to accept the results of elections.

He indicated that his government had been supporting the work of the Libyan High National Elections Commission toward the aim of holding December elections without delay, reiterating that his government was elected to achieve peace, security and stability after years of political fragmentation.

Dbeibah said stability in recent months in Libya had reflected on many measures taken by the government, especially the salary raise of some of the public sector employees, adding that the government would finish a unified salary rate for all public sector employees by the end of the year.

He also remarked that his government had ensured that all Libyan regions are represented in the peaceful comprehensive political solution, stressing that achieving justice and basing services on citizenship are the foundation for a stable, unified Libya under an elected, civilian political leadership.