The European Union confirms its commitment to peace and security in Libya

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen confirmed after her meeting with the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdulhamid Dbeibah, this week in Brussels that the European Union is committed to achieving peace, security and prosperity in Libya.

The President of the European Commission – the executive body of the European Union – described her meeting with Dbeibah as a “good meeting,” noting that they discussed “the current political situation, bilateral relations, and how to manage migration with full respect for international law and human rights.”

The GNU announced on Wednesday, that Dbeibah was visiting the European Union headquarters to meet with several officials in Brussels.

The Prime Minister indicated that he “discussed practical ways to end the flight ban imposed on Libya by the European Union,” in addition to discussing “the challenges of the irregular migration and combating organized crime.”


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