Head of Libya’s Government of National Unity (GNU) Abdulhamid Dbeibeh launched on Saturday an ambitious project to rehabilitate youth members of militias.
The project aims to rehabilitate and reintegrate them in society and even allow them to join state institutions.
Launching the project in Tripoli, Dbeibeh said the GNU was planning on presenting the best youth programs “as part of its efforts to secure a prosperous future for all segments of society.”
The possession of weapons will be limited to those who defend the country and its borders, “not those who fight each other,” he stressed.
He called on the youth to join efforts to rebuild Libya and to shun slogans of war and destruction.
“We must work together for Libya’s stable present and build its future,” he urged.
The youth project will aim to attract all youths and provide opportunities to raise their competencies and provide them with a better education, including scientific, technical and electrical trainings.