The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri has hailed the Libyan-Turkish MoU and said it will be a game-changer for the political and military status quo to the benefit of the Presidential Council's government.
In a meeting on Monday, Al-Mishri said there should be an end to the intervention of the countries supporting "the aggression" on Tripoli and asked for conclusive measures to deter those countries.
The HCS media office indicated that the meeting reviewed the developments on political and military levels, stressing the need for pressuring the Presidential Council to support the frontlines on the outskirts of Tripoli.
Meanwhile, the HCS criticized the Presidential Council's government approach to the foreign interference, calling for voting on cutting ties with UAE and lodging a lawsuit against it.
The HCS members also urged the UN to reconsider the work of its mission in Libya, accusing its Head Ghassan Salame of deviating from his role and looking away from the external interventions in Libya.