Gebaly ratified Cairo’s support for Libyan unity, which has had two governments since the beginning of last year, which threatens to fracture the country.
The official’s words were made after landing in the Libyan city of Benghazi on a two-day visit.
The tensions escalated in February 2022 after a year of relative calm, when the legislative body appointed Fhati Bashagha as interim prime minister in replacement of Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, who announced that he would only hand over power to the authorities resulting from elections.
Dbeibeh and his cabinet are based in Tripoli, while Bashagha’s Executive is based in Tobruk, where Parliament is also located.
Bashagha was dismissed a month ago and Osama Hamada was appointed in his place.
Libya has experienced a spiral of violence since the overthrow and subsequent assassination of Muammar al-Gadhafi in 2011, after a war supported by NATO.