Norland: The US supports the GNU’s efforts to improve security in the South and to unify the country’s military
Through its Ambassador to Libya, the United States once again reiterated its support for the Government of National Unity and stressed the need to unify Libya's military
The United States Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, met with Deputy Prime Minister Ramadan Aboujnah to discuss security, military unification, national reconciliation, and election preparations in Libya.
According to the official website of the United States Embassy in Libya, during a phone call with Aboujnah, Ambassador Norland expressed his condolences to the families of the Sabha bombing victims and emphasized his country’s support for the Government’s ongoing efforts to improve security in the south, unify the country’s military forces, and increase border control in the country.
Norland noted that these topics would be highlighted in the next Berlin ministerial conference, while also applauding the Deputy Prime Minister’s solid commitment to establishing long-term peace throughout the country and agreed that national elections should be held on time on December 24.
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