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Tripoli, GNA Presidency Council spokesman, Mohamed Al salak reviewed in his press conference Thursday local and international activities of the Presidency Council and PC stance in respect of issues and developments in the country. At local level, Al salak underlined preparedness of the government delegation assigned by President of PC to head to the south of the country, and that there are a series of meetings with service institutions, dignitaries as well as military and security institutions to put a comprehensive plan to address the situation in southern Libya from security and service wise. On Sabratha developments, he said the President issued instructions to commander of Western Zone to confront any attempt designed to undermine security there. At external level, and Palermo conference Al salak conveyed emphasis of President of Presidency Council that the participation in Palermo conference is in line with local and international efforts to reach a comprehensive solution to end Libyan crisis. He pointed out that the President looked forward to the participation of all parties. He also thanked Italy and the entire international community for the constructive efforts to advance the political process, calling for convening the next meeting in Libya. On Security Council session on Libya President of PC welcomed UN Security Council Resolution on November 5 which reiterated commitment to Libyan sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and national unity. The resolution also expressed preparedness to review the arms embargo when needed and urged member states to offer assistance to GNA upon its request by supplying it with all assistance in security and capacity building to confront threats facing Libya and foremost extremist organizations and all groups linked them.
Source: Libya News Agency