The head of Libya's Government of National Unity, Abdulhamid Dabaiba, met with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to strengthen relations between Libya and the UAE, and partnerships in various areas of development, investment, and economic security.
The meeting, which took place at Qasr Al Hosn in Abu Dhabi, focused on "strengthening and developing bilateral relations between the two countries through intensified cooperation and joint action," according to a statement.
Dabaiba expressed his aspiration for a "unified international position towards Libya in accordance with common interests, in order to enhance the chances of stability, security and the imposition of Libyan sovereignty over its entire territory."
Bin Zayed stressed that "relations between the UAE and Libya are brotherly and firm," and he looks forward to strengthening and developing them during the next phase for the benefit of the two brotherly peoples.
Bin Zayed also congratulated Dabaiba on the government gaining the confidence of the House of Representatives, which "creates the right conditions for the work of the government and the performance of its responsibilities," reiterating the role of "the new executive authority in Libya and what it is doing to achieve security and stability."
"The UAE is always on the side of the Libyan people and with everything that works in their interests and preserves the sovereignty and unity of their country and prevents interference in its internal affairs," he said.