Libyan Arab Armed Forces commander, Marshal Khalifa Haftar, discussed with "the latest political developments in Libya," with UK Ambassador Martin Longden on Monday, according to a statement by the General Command's Media Office.
Haftar's received the ambassador and his accompanying delegation at General Command headquarters in Benghazi.
The statement added that the meeting also discussed "cooperation between the two countries, in order to serve common interests and goals."
In September, the British government announced the appointment of diplomat Martin Longden as its new ambassador to Libya, replacing former ambassador Caroline Hurndall.
On November 8, the Longden met Government of National Unity Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dabaiba, where he affirmed British support for the plan by UN envoy Abdoulaye Bathily and expressed his country's support for local and international efforts to stabilize Libya and hold elections in accordance with fair and agreed upon laws.