The unification of the CBL is essential for the economic development of Libya


Kubis handed over the audit report carried out by Deloitte International to the GNU Prime Minister. [Photo: GNU]

Jan Kubis, head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), stressed that the submission of the audit report and financial audit to the Central Bank of Libya was an important and necessary step towards the unification of the Central Bank of Libya and the stabilization and prosperity of the Libyan people.

Kubis explained during the submission of the audit and financial audit report that the unification of state institutions was a necessary step towards the achievement of national unity, economic development and the development of the private sectors and public.

The UN envoy also stressed that this step promotes other paths, including the political path, and the Libyan parties to ensure the holding of elections on December 24.

Kubis also praised the efforts of the Joint Military Commission towards a complete ceasefire, stressing the importance of the withdrawal of all foreign troops, fighters and mercenaries from Libyan territory.

Last week, the United Nations-mandated audit report produced by Deloitte International was handed over to the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity in a ceremony attended by the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Sadiq al- Kabir.

The Governor welcomed the audit report, stressing that the CBL has maintained its neutrality and professionalism in the face of critical political circumstances and that the CBL is a sovereign institution that adheres to standards of transparency, accountability and disclosure.

He went on to say that the work will continue to complete the reunification of the CBL, which will benefit all aspects of the Libyan economy, contribute to the reconstruction of the country and help improve the living conditions of citizens in all of Libya.


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