The head of the High Council of State (HCS), Khaled Al-Mishri, discussed on Monday, with the Maltese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Evarist Bartolo, strengthening bilateral cooperation.
Al-Mishri handed the Maltese minister a written communication in which he expressed his appreciation to the President of Malta for his country's "positive role" in resolving the Libyan crisis and making the political dialogue a success, in addition to the recent rescue operation that took place in the Mediterranean.
The head of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, revealed on Monday plans to create a new protection force that includes civil and military forces, according to specific criteria.
In a press conference in Brega with the UN envoy for Libya, Stephanie Williams, Sanalla said that oil installations will be guarded by three forces, consisting of industrial security, a new protection force and, the army.
The Acting UN envoy to Libya, Stephanie Williams has said she was encouraged with the outcomes of the round of Libyan direct talks, which ended in Tunisia, indicating that the delegates will resume virtual talks next week.
At a press conference on Sunday, Williams said she was "very pleased" as the talks lead to an agreement on the date of the presidential and parliamentary elections, the determination of powers, and the conditions for running for the Presidential Council and government.