The Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said Tuesday that there are some institutions within the state are hindering the Ministry's projects.
Bashagha said the Interior Ministry personnel should be trained for more cutting-edge technologies so they can operate more efficiently just like the Interior Ministries of developed countries.
He also talked about illegal immigration, saying that some European countries were trying to settle illegal immigrants in Libya, but this would be unacceptable as it would be an encroachment of Libyan sovereignty.
"We hope Libya becomes a sovereign and stable state without any foreign intervention in solving its problems, rather, we hope all solutions are Libya-owned." He added.
"We should fight corruption and hold the ones who commit violations accountable before law. We should also have a training program for police secondary school as it helps prevail security and stability in Libya." Bashagha remarked.
He hailed the fighters on frontlines that are defending Tripoli against the "militias and mercenaries who want to install the military rule again in Libya."