President Of Presidency Council Meets With Canadian Ambassador.

President Of Presidency Council Meets With Canadian Ambassador.

Tripoli, The President of the Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord Fayez Al Serraj on Sunday met the Canadian Ambassador Hillary Childish Adams. The meeting was attended by the PC Political Adviser Al Taher Al Sunni, and Foreign Ministry officials. According to the Council's Information Office the Ambassador expressed his appreciation for the efforts mounted by the Council to restore stability to the country and pledged Canada's support for the Government of National Accord. The Ambassador said her country was committed to enhancing bilateral exchange and interested in the reforms introduced by the Government. on his part, the President of GNA praised Canada's support for the Government and the democratic transition in the country, and said he had demanded the declared reforms more than two years ago to address the defects in the monetary and economic sectors. As for the elections, the President said he and the Ambassador have agreed that there should be a firm constitutional basis for holding the elections, indicating that the presidential and parliamentary elections should be simultaneous. The Ambassador said she has agreed to the President's demand for grants for Libyan students in Canada and a program for training in the technical and vocational areas. The President said he looked forward to the embassy resuming work from Tripoli.c

Source: Libya News Agency

Tripoli, The President of the Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord Fayez Al Serraj on Sunday met the Canadian Ambassador Hillary Childish Adams. The meeting was attended by the PC Political Adviser Al Taher Al Sunni, and Foreign Ministry officials. According to the Council's Information Office the Ambassador expressed his appreciation for the efforts mounted by the Council to restore stability to the country and pledged Canada's support for the Government of National Accord. The Ambassador said her country was committed to enhancing bilateral exchange and interested in the reforms introduced by the Government. on his part, the President of GNA praised Canada's support for the Government and the democratic transition in the country, and said he had demanded the declared reforms more than two years ago to address the defects in the monetary and economic sectors. As for the elections, the President said he and the Ambassador have agreed that there should be a firm constitutional basis for holding the elections, indicating that the presidential and parliamentary elections should be simultaneous. The Ambassador said she has agreed to the President's demand for grants for Libyan students in Canada and a program for training in the technical and vocational areas. The President said he looked forward to the embassy resuming work from Tripoli.c

Source: Libya News Agency