The UK ambassador to Libya, Caroline Hurndall, briefed the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, on the arrangements for holding the next 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) meeting, in their meeting Sunday in Tripoli, where they discussed developments in the political and security situation in the country.

The media office of Menfi said that the briefing of the British ambassador came after the transfer of the co-chairmanship of the security and military track committee to the UK. It also referred to Menfi's reaffirmation of the Presidential Council's continued support for the work of the JMC that's aimed at consolidating the ceasefire and unifying the military institution.

The media office added that the British ambassador renewed her country's commitment to supporting the efforts of the Presidential Council to achieve stability in Libya and the democratic path, hailing the position of the Presidential Council in support of the plan of the UJ envoy Abdoulaye Bathily to achieve ownership of the political process and national consensus leading to holding parliamentary and presidential elections before the end of 2023.