Interim government Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni met with members of the House of Representatives from the southern region to discuss the security situation in the Libyan south and projects the government intends to establish there.
The meeting, which was attended by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ageilah Saleh, in the municipality of Al-Quba, discussed the security situation of the southern Libyan and the preparations by interim government security forces tasked to secure the area and borders.
The spokesman for the Libyan army, Brigadier General Ahmed al-Mismari, said yesterday, that the armed forces began conducting armed patrols to protect the southern Libyan.
The Libyan south has become one of the most difficult of the complicated files, due to the number of parties involved in the conflict. Clearing the area remains largely dependent on the possibility of forming a joint force for these tasks but the possibilty of the joint force remains distant as military unification talks remain stalled.