The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, accompanied by the Minister of Sports, Abdul Shafie Al-Jweifi, participated Tuesday in the opening of the new headquarters of the Libyan Football Federation (LFF).
Attending a meeting of the LFF and the clubs qualified for the six-team round of the Libyan Premier League, Dbeibah reiterated the need to start developing an integrated sports technical project with specific periods and strategies that guarantee the achievement of the desired goals sought by Libyans. He urged for the formation of technical work committees sponsored and supported by the government represented in the Ministry of Sports.
Dbeibah urged the LFF and all clubs to unite all efforts in order to establish successful competitions that produce strong teams to meet the aspirations of Libyan fans "so they can see their national clubs shine in Arab, African and international finals."
He vowed to provide the necessary support to the six clubs and the LFF during the six-team round, stressing that he had met the desire of the clubs to hold the matches outside Libya, specifically in Tunisia, for the last time.