The Minister of Interior for Libya’s Government of National Accord, Fathi Bashagha, emphasized the principle of reconciliation between Libyans and the development of the ministry's security work at all levels, during a consultative meeting held Thursday morning.
The meeting, which was held in the Ministry of Interior’s meeting hall in Tripoli, was attended by the Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior for Security Affairs, a number of directors of departments and offices and officers in the Ministry, and a number of civil society activists, media professionals and journalists.
The Ministry of Interior said that the meeting reviewed a number of security issues and the problems facing the police and security officials in performing their duties, as well as the achievements made by the Ministry of Interior, despite the difficult circumstances the country is going through.
During the meeting, Bashagha emphasized "the principle of reconciliation between all the people of the nation," stressing the need for "joining efforts to work to unify the state and its institutions in order to protect our identity and our culture."
Bashagha praised all the efforts made by the police, highlighting "their great role to control security in Tripoli during the aggression against it," while stressing the ministry's interest in human rights, as it established a special office for human rights, a special office for women’s affairs, and an office for child and family protection.