LIBYAPROSPECT – Tripoli
The member of the Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Ahmed Mitig, expressed, on Wednesday, in a statement, his happiness for reopening the oil ports in the petroleum crescent region after controlling it by the Dignity Operation under the leadership of General Khalifa Haftar.
In his statement, Mitig thanked everyone had participated in ending the crises as well as the ones who called for calmness and who had moved wisely despite the attempts of some factions to stir up the sedition among the people of one nation.
Mitig highlighted what he said last week in Rome in his press conference with the Italian Deputy Prime Minister. In that press conference, Mitig answered a question about the eastern Libyan region and Haftar by saying that this was an internal Libyan issue that should be discussed between the Libyans inside Libya.
Mitig also thanked the International Community for the support to unify the Libyan financial, economic, and legislative institutions. He stated that this event should be used to end all divisions in Libya and preserve the national unity away from any political tensions.
Mitig called the parallel bodies in the country to agree to end these divisions and sit down inside the homeland to finish the stage of holding meetings outside Libya because “what brings us inside Libya is much more than outside.”
Mitig said that “after reopening the oil ports, hope was renewed in our ability to overcome our economic issues and start the appropriate reforms for the Libyans to enjoy the wealth of their country.” He promised that “we would be honest in these reforms, but I remind of the transparency, which is needed from all.”
Mitig called the leaders of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) to review the financial arrangements that commensurate with the available income, adding that “the Libyan citizen, in fact, should feel the improvement in the income.”
Mitig called the House of Representatives (HoR) in Tobruk to carry out its duties due to the Political Agreement.
He finished his statement by saying that there would be no individual decision until Libya has its constitution.