PC seeks to reduce tension in Sebha: Sets up committee, creates security force

By Sami Zaptia:

Faiez Serraj has appointed Mohamed Salaak as his official spokesperson. Salaak held his first press conference today (Photo: Presidency Council).

The Presidency Council has set up a committee and a security force in response to the fighting in Sebha, Mohamed Sallak the official spokesperson for Faiez Serraj said at a press conference held in Tripoli today (Photo: Presidency Council).

London, 13 March 2018:

The Presidency Council (PC) has taken a number of steps to reduce tensions and end the on-off fighting in Sebha, the new spokesman for Presidency Council head Faiez Serraj said.

Speaking at his first press conference, Mohamed Sallak said that after meeting with a wide number of representatives from the south, Serraj had formed a committee made up of House of Representative and High State Council members and other active personalities from the south. The committee will seek to reduce tensions, seek reconciliation and end the fighting that has taken place over the last three weeks.


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Sallak also said that a decision had been taken to create a security force to secure the south and to support forces in the south aligned to the PC.


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