Al-Menfi discusses reconciliation efforts with Misurata and Zliten representatives

Head of Libya's Presidential Council Mohammed Al-Menfi and Councilman Musa Al-Koni held an extended meeting with representatives from Misrata and Zliten to discuss steps towards national reconciliation

The Council President has reiterated on numerous occasions that national reconciliation is a top priory for the government leading up to the elections in December. [Photo: PC]
Mohamed Al-Manfi, the head of Libya’s Presidential Council, and Musa Al-Kuni, a member of the Council, held a meeting with sheikhs from Misurata and Zliten to negotiate the complete realisation of inclusive national reconciliation.

According to the President’s press office, the meeting focused on the importance of Libyan reconciliation and reunification, which is one of the Council’s top priorities in the run-up to the December 24 elections.

They emphasised their support for the Presidential Council in the future, and extended an official invitation to visit the two cities in the near future.

Al-Menfi announced the formation of a High National Commission for National Reconciliation in early April to resolve differences between Libyans, saying that the Commission would be a structure that would bring Libyans together, and bring them justice in accordance with the law.

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