United States President Joe Biden said support for Libya will continue.
US President Joe Biden said they will continue to support Libya so that its people achieve a stable, democratic and prosperous future.
According to a written statement from the press service of the Libyan Presidential Council, US President Joe Biden sent a letter to the Chairman of the Libyan Presidential Council Mohammed al-Menfi on the occasion of the 71st anniversary of Libya’s independence.
In his letter, Biden praised the Council’s efforts to call for national reconciliation and expressed his desire to be involved in this important project, stressing that he will continue to support Libya so that its people can achieve a stable, democratic and prosperous future.
Al-Menfi, who met with US President Biden when he was in Washington for the Dec. 17 US-Africa Leaders’ Summit, briefed Biden on ways to stabilize his country and the President’s Council’s political and economic vision.
In Libya, December 24 is celebrated as the country’s independence day.
The existence of two separate governments led by Abdulhamid Dibeibe and Fethi Bashaga in Libya has caused instability in the country for some time.
At the meetings of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum in November 2020, it was decided to hold presidential and parliamentary elections in the country on December 24, 2021, but the elections could not be held on schedule.
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