Libyan Minister of Interior of the Parliament-designated government, Brigadier General Essam Abu Zraiba held a meeting with top security officials to discuss strategic plans for cybersecurity, and civil protection in the eastern region.
The meeting in Benghazi, addressed numerous issues and challenges facing the Ministry of Interior, including organization and public safety plans. They also discussed ways to enhance collaboration and coordination among all security entities, to improve services provided to citizens, ensure a safe and stable environment, and maintain security and order in the country.
The meeting also focused on strategic cybersecurity and civil protection plans in the eastern region. The security officials emphasized the importance of developing modern tools and technologies, to improve security and civil protection.
Abu Zraiba stressed the importance of supporting workers in various fields, under the ministry and providing them with the necessary support to achieve common goals, improve services provided by the ministry, and enhance security and order in the country.
Libya is currently facing significant security challenges, and the Ministry of Interior’s efforts to improve cybersecurity and civil protection in the eastern region are essential to creating a safer and more stable Libya.
In May, the Prime Minister-designate, Osama Hammad said that his government “will do its utmost to serve the Libyan people.” He announced that his government would “launch a comprehensive national dialogue soon, that guarantees rights and freedoms and relieves the suffering of the displaced at home, and abroad.”
In his first televised speech after being appointed by the Libyan Parliament, Hammad called on oversight bodies to “fight administrative and financial corruption, and achieve the highest rates of transparency to preserve public money in accordance with the law, and within the framework of true accountability through an independent judiciary.”
The Prime Minister pledged to “work within a clear plan in order to build the state.”