The spokesman for the NUG, Mohamed Hamouda, announced on Sunday that the date of the government meeting in Benghazi, scheduled for Monday, is postponed, pointing out that a later date will be rescheduled as soon as possible, without mentioning the reasons for the delay.
A delegation of about 15 ministers from the government had been scheduled to arrive in Benghazi for a two-day visit. To inspect the conditions of the city and hold several meetings there.
Diplomatic sources confirmed to Arraed, upon the cancellation of the government delegation’s flight today, which is to be departed from Maitiqa airport to Benina airport, that the Egyptian Foreign Ministry will enter as a mediator to secure the entry of Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbaiba to Benghazi next week.
It is reported that a number of activists took pictures showing the presence of Haftar militias gatherings inside Benina airport, to prevent the government delegation plane from landing in it.