The Libyan Foreign Ministry has established an emergency room to follow up on the situation in Chad, urging Libyans living in there to contact the embassy in N’Djamena or the Libyan embassy in Cameroon for assistance.
The Libyan Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday that it was following closely the latest developments in neighboring Chad which led to the death of President Idriss Deby.
“We’re looking forward to seeing a peaceful transition of power in Chad without any bloodshed. We wish the Chadian people would reach peace and security as soon as possible.” The statement reads.
Meanwhile, the Libyan Presidential Council, as the Chief Commander of the Libyan Army, instructed Wednesday all military units in southern Libya to start working on securing borders and tackling enemy targets.
The Presidential Council said in a statement that all military units should report momentarily and be on alert to deal with any emergency at any time.