The spokesman for Haftar militias, Ahmed Al-Mismari, went out in an interview with Libya Al-Hadath, announcing a “large” parade of their forces without permission from the Presidential Council, the supreme commander of the Libyan army. Al-Mismari justified their defeat in Tripoli that they were fighting over a vast area of …Read More »
Al Tadhamon for Human Rights recorded 236 victims; As a result of mines and remnants of war between May 2020 and March 2021, of whom 93 were killed, 143 wounded, 69% of whom were civilians. The organization documented, in a statement on Sunday, 25 victims; As a result of mines …Read More »
Turkey’s UN delegate: We call on the Security Council to establish an international protection mechanism to protect Palestinian civilians.
Turkey’s permanent representative to the UN, Feridun Senirlioglu, said Monday that the UN Security Council’s silence on the Israeli attacks in Palestine is unacceptable, wondering about the justifications for their inaction in the face of a massacre broadcast live on satellite channels. In a statement submitted by Turkey to the …Read More »
Navy exercises with Arab and international participation in the Mediterranean off the Tunisian coast.
Libya is participating, with 11 countries, starting from Sunday, a naval exercise on the Tunisian coast, with the participation of the American command in Africa. In addition to Libya, Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Mauritania, the United States of America, Italy, Spain, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Greece and Malta, the naval exercise, …Read More »
Al-Araby Al-Jadeed: Haftar is facing great difficulties in persuading his mercenaries to leave Sirte.
Private sources revealed to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper that the Chadian opposition militia with Haftar’s militia refused to leave their locations in Sirte and Al-Jufra to other places in southern Libya before receiving their financial dues. The sources confirmed to the newspaper that Haftar is facing great difficulties in his attempt …Read More »
On Sunday, the envoy of the Chadian Transitional Military Council, Abdel-Karim Idris, discussed with the Sudanese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mariam Al-Mahdi, arrangements for the disarmament and demobilization of the two countries’ militias inside Libya. The Sudanese Foreign Ministry said – in a statement – that the two parties discussed …Read More »
Southern components “Samno Declaration”: We demand the government to take real measures to end the presence of foreign forces.
In a meeting in the Samno region, the components of the Fezzan region demanded the government of national unity to take “real and swift” measures. To end the presence of foreign forces, activate the security services and protect the oil fields through official institutions. On Saturday, the southern components called …Read More »
“Guterres”: Foreign fighters in Libya are still active in violating the ceasefire agreement and calls for their withdrawal.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said that foreign fighters are still operating in Libya, in violation of the October ceasefire agreement. In a report to the UN Security Council, Guterres added that while the ceasefire continues, the UN mission in Libya has received reports of fortifications and defensive positions in …Read More »
Chairman of the American Libyan Coalition: The Biden administration does not object to the continuation of Haftar’s trial in American courts.
The head of the American-Libyan Alliance said that the US State Department decided for the second time, after a correspondence with the Biden administration, not to object to the continuation of the war criminal Haftar’s trial in American courts. Amish explained, on his personal page, that American Judge Leona Brinkma …Read More »
Heiko Maas: We are working to achieve the holding of elections and the withdrawal of all foreign fighters from Libya.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Wednesday that holding elections on December 24 and the withdrawal of all foreign fighters are among the challenges that must be faced and overcome in Libya. “We are working on this matter together and in close cooperation,” Maas said during his meeting with his …Read More »