He also stressed the importance of the partnership between Libya and the EU.
According to a statement from the prime minister’s office, Serraj made the call during a meeting with EU Ambassador to Libya Bettina Muscheidt in the capital city of Tripoli.
The two officials discussed the latest political developments in Libya as well as mutual cooperation programs in fighting illegal immigration, training of Libyan Coast Guards and economic recovery programmes.
Serraj said the upcoming elections in Libya must be conducted on a legal and constitutional basis and asked the EU to provide technical support for the elections.
Ghassan Salame, the special representative of the UN secretary-general and head of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), said earlier on Wednesday that a constitutional framework is important for the upcoming elections.
In November 2017, Salame said the UNSMIL was seeking to ensure that the elections will be held before the end of September 2018.
On Dec. 6, 2017, the Libya Higher Commission of Elections opened a two-month registration for voters and recently extended the registration until mid-February.