Mohammed El Sallak, the spokesman for the Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj, said the government delegation is preparing to go to the southern region and resolve the problems.
El Sallak added in the weekly media stakeout on Thursday that there are several meetings being held with service institutions, military and political institutions to devise a comprehensive plan to resolve the issues in the south.
He also said that Al-Sirraj was following the latest clashes in Sabratha and ordered the commander of the western military zone to thwart any attempts to destabilize the city.
El Sallak added that Al-Sirraj and his delegation's attendance in Palermo Conference is part of the international efforts to find a solution to the Libyan political crisis.
"Mr. Al-Sirraj thanks Italy and the international community for their efforts and wishes the second meeting will be held in Libya." El Sallak added.
He also said that Al-Sirraj welcomes the UN Security Council's resolution that was issued on November 05.
The UN Security Council decided to extend the sanctions regime on Libya for 15 more months.