The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah has voiced hope for a unified international stance on Libya as per the joint interests of the countries, wishing such a stance will lead to stability and security and solidify the country’s sovereignty.
Dbeibah's remarks came in a meeting with the United Arab Emirates Crown Prince, Mohammed Bin Zayed, and a number of Emirati officials in Abu Dhabi, where they discussed bilateral relations, cooperation and partnership in different fields.
The Libyan Government of National Unity's media office said in a statement Wednesday that the meeting in Abu Dhabi focused on boosting bilateral relations, adding that the Emirati Crown Prince reiterated that his country was looking forward to boosting relations with Libya in the coming period for the benefit of Libyan and Emirati peoples.
The media office added that Dbeibah had informed the UAE Crown Prince of the latest developments in Libya and the efforts exerted in this interim period, especially efforts to regain security and stability so Libyan institutions can prepare for elections.
The visit of the Libyan Prime Minister was widely criticized by activists on social media in Libya, especially those who reject the military coup led by Khalifa Haftar who was supported by the UAE since 2014 and recently in his aggression on Tripoli.