Dabaiba expressed the government's readiness to provide the capabilities to facilitate the work.
United Nations Security Council gave the green light to deploy 60 observers to the ceasefire in Libya
The Turkish government deliberately sent a new batch of 380 mercenaries to Libya during the recent days.
Since last week until today, the process of returning Syrian mercenaries loyal to Turkey from Libya has stopped.
Last Wednesday, the city of Zawiya witnessed the release of 120 members of the 107th Brigade of the Libyan National Army, while it was described at the time as a "reconciliation initiative."
These decisions, taken by some members of the two governments, brought about changes in public institutions and interests.
Kubis also discussed with President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Muhammad al-Hafi, the latest developments in the Libyan political situation.
Forum member Abul-Ezz Al-Farsi said the session will be held via video conference and will be supervised for the first time by UN envoy Jan Kubis.
Regarding the proposed budget, Wahida considered that it was prepared in a vague and ill-considered manner because it was not based on clear data and criteria.
This comes in light of the miserable conditions of the Turkey-backed-militants in Libya.
The meeting is held in the Libyan city of Sirte in the presence of a delegation of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, among others.
Al-Manfi's statement came following the National Unity Government headed by Abdel Hamid Dabaiba gained the confidence of Parliament, in a move aimed at ending the conflict.
Members of Libya's new cabinet are set to take the constitutional oath in the parliament's session on Monday.
Egypt is looking forward to working with the unified national government during the interim phase and supporting its efforts to meet its commitments
He stressed that Libya should be a single, undivided unit. “With unity, we will deliver Libya to safety.”
The House of Representatives will also discuss the program presented by Dabaiba, which some believe needs to define more precise tasks.
Shoukry also underlined the importance of countering any attempts that may obstruct the unification of Libyan security institutions or widening division inside the Libyan community.
Dabaiba was accused of offering bribes to participants in the political dialogue conference, which was held in Tunis in November 2020, to vote for him.
Kubisch held talks in Libya from February 14-21 with Libyan parties from various Libyan political spectrums.
"I called on Head of the Libyan Presidency Council, Muhammad al-Manfi, and Libyan Prime Minister, Abdel-Hamid al-Dabaiba, to expedite the removal of the mercenaries,"