Libyan Secretary for Foreign Liaison and International Cooperation Mousa Kousa told reporters at a press conference Monday that the unrest-torn country is waiting for the UN fact-finding commission, condemning the conspiracy of some world powers to split the country.
Kousa said that the Libyan government will provide all the facilities to the commission, saying that the security situation in the country is improving everyday.
"We do not impose any curfew or state emergency," he said.
The government troops are now in "defensive position," although they have been ordered to restore the order, Kousa stressed.
He also accused that the out-laws and militants affiliated with al-Qaida in the east part of Libya are "in large numbers," urging those who threaten integrity of Libya and create civil panic to lay down their arms.
Libya is witnessing the largest-ever unrest for the past four decades, which broke up on Feb. 16 in the eastern city of Benghazi. The massive protests demanding Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to end his 42-year rule, escalated into violent clashes between anti- government protesters and pro-Gaddafi troops.