Monday, April 22, 2019
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Libya is facing an unknown and invisible enemy, Caretaker Prime Minister Abdullah Al-Thinni has said. Fighting it is all the harder because of the weakness of Libyan security forces.

Speaking at a press conference in Benghazi city last night, Thinni said his visit to the city was to ensure that it had all the security, logistical and financial requirements it needed. He called on all young Benghazi residents to support the Saiqa Special Forces and other security agencies against unofficial militias.

The press conference was attended by the ministers of Justice, Health, Culture, Interior and Society Affairs as well as by a number of security officials.

Earlier, Thinni and his ministerial team, accompanied by the First President Deputy of the General National Congress (GNC) Ezzeddin Al-Awami, met with Saiqa commander Wanis Bukhamada at Saqia headquarters in the city.

“The prime minister’s aim, in his visit to Benghazi, is to know precisely all the requirements needed from the government by the city and their security forces” Thinni’s spokesman Ahmed Lamin told the Libya Herald.

Asked how long Thinni’s visit to Benghazi would last, Lamin said “it is indefinite”.
Libya Herald

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