On Thursday, Libyan Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba arrived in the city of Bani Walid, about 180 southwest of Tripoli. He is leading a government delegation to inspect the living conditions of the city’s residents and the available facilities
According to the Prime Minister’s Media Office, the delegation included the Ministers of Interior, Foreign Affairs, Justice, Finance, Local Government, Oil and Gas, Planning, Social Affairs, Economy and Trade, Transportation, Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research, Technical Education Youth, Sports, Housing and Construction, Agriculture, Water Resources, Industry and Minerals, Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Head of Government, Minister of State for Communication and Political Affairs.
The Libyan Premier is set to hold talks with the city’s local officials and notables to discuss the healthcare facilities, and the local security situation.
On 5 February, Libya’s rival political groups agreed during UN-mediated talks in Geneva to form an interim government to lead the country to elections this December. Libyan delegates elected Mohamed Al-Mnifi to head a three-member Presidential Council, and Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba as the new Prime Minister.