The head of the new Libyan Government, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, told the members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), Friday in Geneva, that the selection of the state structures is a significant step towards ending the political deadlock in Libya.
He committed to developing bilateral ties with Libya’s neighbours, “without interfering in their affairs nor them interfering in ours.”
Dbeibah also urged the Libyan youth to support their country and work with their newly elected government.
Dbeibah pledged to end the electricity crisis within 10 months, asserting “it is a promise.”
Dbeibah announced that his government would access all different parts across Libya, with an inclusive program based on mobility and work within various cities.
Dbeibah also announced his willingness to sign a financial disclosure, adding that he is ready for accountability.
Concerning Covid-19 pandemic, Dbeibah stressed that providing the vaccine, as soon as possible, is on the top of his plan.
It is worth mentioning that the members of the LPDF announced, on Friday, the election of Dbeibah as the head of the new government. The LPDF also elected Mohammad Younes Menfi as the head of the new Presidential Council (PC), and his two deputies, Mossa Al-Koni and Abdullah Al-Lafi.