Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU) Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh discussed the possibilities of cooperation on securing common borders with the Head of the Chad Military Council Mohamed Deby.
During the talks, it was emphasized that attempts should be made to enter into force the border security agreement, which includes Libya, Chad, Niger, and Sudan, signed in 2018.
The parties also made a commitment to improve security cooperation and strengthen the intelligence flow between the security forces of the two countries.
Addressing the international community, Libyan PM Dbeibeh called for international support of the efforts of the two countries against extremist groups, organized crime gangs and smuggling activities.
In addition to this, Dbeibeh stated that, in the meetings, the establishment of a joint committee consisting of experts from the two countries was discussed in order to determine common priorities in the economic field and to develop efficient mechanisms in line with these goals.
Finally, Dbeibeh stated that he will make efforts to improve the economic integration between Chad and Libya in order to increase the trade volume between the two countries and facilitate the circulation of goods.