Libyan Cloud News Agency – Tripoli
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya handed over the report of the International Financial Audit Review of the Central Bank of Libya in its two branches in Tripoli and Al-Bayda to the Libyan authorities on Thursday.
The head of the Presidential Council Mohammed Al-Menfi, the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Al-Dabaiba, the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya Jan Kubis, the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya Al-Siddiq Al-Kabeer and his deputy Ali Al-Hibri, and the Minister of State for Political Affairs Adel Juma’a attended the handover ceremony.
The head of the Presidential Council expressed his thanks to the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya for the distinguished efforts of the mission in sponsoring the political agreement in Libya, and its follow-up and direct supervision of the audit report and the financial audit of the accounts of the Central Bank of Libya.
He praised the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) for their services to overcome all the technical difficulties that faced the completion of this work, which lasted for more than two years.
Al-Menfi stressed that the Presidential Council will deal responsibly with the findings and recommendations contained in the report and make optimal use of them, to achieve the primary goal of unifying the monetary authority in Libya.
For his part, the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity stressed in his speech that the government’s goal is to reunite the country, unify and heal its institutions, which is considered a primary goal for building a democratic and stable state, describing this report as a very important document, as it deals with a subject that concerns everyone.
For his part, the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya said that this meeting comes under the umbrella of the Government of National Unity as a gesture to end the state of political division, saying that the state of division that occurred since 2014 was because the state of division in the legislative and executive authorities