Deputy Prime Minister of Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA), Ahmed Maiteeq claimed on Wednesday that the unification of more than 27 state institutions will be announced soon.
In a tweet, Maiteeq stated that he had held a number of meetings with officials from the east and west of the country, as well as the National Planning Council. This is with the aim of unifying the divided institutions and agencies in Libya since their split in 2014.
“Today we are close to announcing the unification of more than 27 institutions, departments, specialized banks, and state agencies,” he said.
Early last month, Libya’s newly-appointed interim Prime Minister, Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba met with the Governor of Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Siddiq Al-Kabeer at the bank’s headquarters in Tripoli.
The CBL said that Dbaiba and Al-Kabeer discussed “efforts to ensure the financial and monetary stability of the state, and the unification of state institutions to achieve national goals.”