Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Ramadan Abu Janah, reviewed on Saturday, with Tebu notables in Murzuq, the needs of the regions and cities of the south and the possibility of providing them.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed the problems and obstacles facing the city of Murzuq and the southern region in general, including the lack of financial liquidity in banks and the lack of fuel, in addition to the low level of services.
Abu Janah stressed that the government is working hard to overcome all the difficulties facing southern region, stressing that fuel and financial liquidity are the right of all the people of the region and are not considered a demand.
Abu Janah made it clear that completing the file of national reconciliation in all parts of the country will be an essential task for the GNU.
The Tebu delegation confirmed their willingness and desire to conduct a comprehensive national reconciliation between the people and the Tebu living in the city, calling for the necessity of providing basic services to the residents.