A number of protesters from the Sudanese community in Libya declared their refusal of the interference of “Saudi, UAE and Egyptian” in the internal affairs of the State of Sudan in front of the martyr hall in Misrata. On Friday, the protesters demanded that the Sudanese military council hand over …Read More »
US President Joe Biden is expected to present the country’s draft budget for the financial year 2022, which is estimated at $ 6 trillion. This budget is the largest since World War II in terms of spending, and includes large items of spending to develop infrastructure, education, health care and …Read More »
Bouqadoum: Algeria is preparing logistical arrangements to open the “Al Debdab” border crossing with Libya.
On Saturday, Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Bouqadoum said that his country is making the latest logistical and technical arrangements, to open the “Al-Dabdab” border crossing with Libya. Bouqadoum clarified – during his speech at the Algerian-Libyan Economic Forum – that the two countries are working on completing the final talks, …Read More »
The fall of a warplane and the killing of its pilot during the “military” parade of Haftar’s militias.
On Saturday, local media reported that one of the warplanes fell during the military parade of Haftar’s militia at the Benina base in Benghazi, and the death of its pilot, Jamal Bin Amer. The sources added that the aircraft that fell during the show was a Russian-made MiG-21. “Jamal bin …Read More »
As part of the preparations for the upcoming elections, the High Commission sends electoral equipment to Sebha and Benghazi.
On Sunday, the High National Elections Commission sent a convoy of electoral equipment to the electoral administration offices in Benghazi and Sabha, as part of the preparations for the upcoming elections. The Commission stated – through its official page – that the convoy set off under the supervision of the …Read More »
The Washington Post said Sunday that the Russian “Wagner” mercenaries left behind booby trapped homes, gardens, and explosives designed to explode at a touch everywhere, after they fled south of the capital, Tripoli, last June. The newspaper added that Wagner planted explosives inside toilets, children’s dolls, doors and even in …Read More »
The Supreme Council of the State calls on the Presidential council, in its capacity as Supreme Commander of the Army, to put an end to Haftar’s violations.
The Supreme Council of State demanded that the Presidential Council, being the Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, need to put an end to Haftar’s “serious” violations, the last of which was the parade of the militias outside the legitimacy. In a statement on Saturday, the Council called on the …Read More »
Unifying the military establishment and holding elections … the focus of the American ambassador’s meeting with Al Manifi.
On Sunday, the US envoy and ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, discussed with President of the Presidential Council Muhammad Al-Manifi unifying the military, security and other institutions. Norland said that he had a “good” discussion during his meeting in Tunis with Al Manifi on the issues of the elections to …Read More »
The former United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, believed that the administration of US President “Joe Biden” is sincere in its intention to help Libya, by curbing foreign interference and pushing for elections. “Williams” – told the British Middle East Monitor website – Saturday, that the renewed American …Read More »
Al-Lafi: We warn against unilateral military parades that may impede the unification of the military institution.
Haftar’s invitation to the presidency and the government to attend a military parade of his militias in Benghazi sparked widespread controversy in the Libyan street and through social media. While the President of the Presidency Council, Muhammad Al-Manfi, and a member of the Council, Musa Al-Koni, remained silent, and Prime …Read More »
On Thursday, the political dialogue sessions of the members of the Dialogue Forum that took place via video communication were concluded with the aim of reaching a consensus on the constitutional basis for the elections next December without reaching any results other than confirming the necessity of holding the elections …Read More »
The continued presence of Haftar’s mercenaries in Sirte is an obstacle to the opening of the coastal road.
Upon the signing of the ceasefire agreement last October between the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee, it was agreed to open the coastal road, clear mines, withdraw mercenaries, and evacuate Sirte from armed manifestations, and this has not happened to this day. The dates for opening the road were …Read More »
The head of the interim government, Abdul Hamid Dbaiba, said, on Saturday, that he will send medical equipment to southern Tunisia. To help its citizens in facing Corona. Dbaiba stressed, during a press conference from Tripoli with his Tunisian counterpart, Hisham Al-Mechichi, to activate the signed agreements and review what …Read More »
Libya’s delegate to the UN, Al-Taher Al-Sunni, called on all countries to commit to implementing the outputs of the 5 + 5 military committee, especially the exit of foreign forces and foreign mercenaries, and to work to fully implement the ceasefire, in accordance with the outcomes of Berlin. Al-Sunni added …Read More »
The representative of the United States of America to the Security Council, Thomas Greenfield, called for the necessity of holding free and fair elections in Libya on December 24th, threatening to impose international sanctions on those who obstruct them. “Greenfield” – during her speech before the Security Council – Friday, …Read More »
Kubiş: Unless the perpetrators and violators of human rights are held accountable, there will be no stability in Libya.
The UN envoy to Libya, Jan Kubis, said Friday that unless the perpetrators and violators of human rights are held accountable, there will be no stability in the country, stressing that the continued use of thousands of mercenaries and foreign fighters and their presence and activities represents a threat to …Read More »
Member of Parliament Ziad Daghaim believes that the government’s budget will never be approved by Parliament.
Member of Parliament, Ziyad Daghaim, told Arraed that he does not believe that there will be an approved budget at all, because adopting the budget has become a title for multiple conflict backgrounds. Daghaim believed that the lack of approval of the budget was due to the rule of conflict …Read More »