The spokesman for the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU), Mohammed Hammouda, said they remind all state military institutions of the need to work under the Presidential Council as the Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan Army, reiterating that GNU was working on unifying the military institutions.
Hammouda's remarks came in a presser on Tuesday after the end of the GNU third meeting in Tripoli instead of Benghazi for reasons the Prime Minister didn't disclose.
The so-called General Command of Khalifa Haftar's forces urged Wednesday the Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, to extend a clear apology for his previous statement - meeting displaced people from Benghazi last Thursday - in which he said: "Benghazi will return to be embraced by the nation".
Haftar's forces added in a statement that tribes' elders and society's dignitaries as well as families of martyrs have all sent hundreds of letters demanding an apology by Dbeibah for his statement.
Procedures for opening the Misrata-Sirte coastal road are in their final stages after completing the demining operations, the Libyan Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 said.
The committee members met in the city of Sirte Tuesday in the presence of the Presidential Council (PC) Head Muhammad Menfi, according to a statement by the PC Media Office.