The National Oil Corporation denounced what it called “inaccuracies and misleading” in the statement of the Central Bank of Libya regarding revenues and expenditures in the period between January and last October, describing it as a “malicious” claim issued by the Central Bank. The Corporation stated – in a statement …Read More »
Following the failure of Parliament to hold any full quorum session for many years, which caused an obstruction to the optimal implementation of the Skhirat Agreement, and an increase in the division among its members following Haftar’s aggression against Tripoli in 2019. Most of the deputies hurried to answer Morocco’s …Read More »
After being involved in the war on Tripoli for more than a year, Haftar disavowed his militias and made their members face the difficulty of life by closing financial funding, and not looking after the wounded and the dead, with the killed approaching 7,000 people, despite his promises to allocate …Read More »
The British newspaper “The Guardian” said that the recent visit of Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha to France led to him obtaining considerable French support, adding that he enjoys great local and international trust that enables him to lead a unified Libyan government. The “Guardian” indicated that Bashagha is expected to …Read More »
The Institute of International Finance expects that global debt will jump to a record high of $ 277 trillion at the end of the global year as governments and companies continue to spend heavily in the face of the Corona pandemic. The institute said, according to Arabic 21 website, that …Read More »
Human rights organizations call for Public Prosecutor to open an urgent investigation into allegations that some participants in the Tunis Dialogue received bribes.
On Sunday, nine human rights organizations called on the Attorney General to open an urgent criminal investigation into the involvement of some members participating in the political dialogue in Tunisia in receiving bribes to buy their votes for the benefit of some candidates for the government and the Presidential Council. …Read More »
Bashagha: We are working on assigning a new company to issue passports, and the Audit Bureau is late to respond to us regarding contracts.
The Minister of Interior, Fathi Bashagha, said on Sunday that the issuance of passports was stopped and delayed, because company contracted previously required the issuance of 2.5 million passports, but the system exceeded its limit and reached 4 million passports, which caused confusion and collapse in addition to the lack …Read More »
Guterres welcomes the African Union’s appointment of three envoys to support a peaceful solution in Ethiopia.
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, welcomed the African Union’s appointment of three African envoys in support of efforts for a peaceful solution to the conflict in the Tigray region, north of Ethiopia. “Guterres” affirmed – in a statement – Saturday, the commitment of the United Nations to …Read More »
Al-Jazawi: The aim of the meeting of the deputies in Morocco is to consult and agree on the agenda for an upcoming meeting that will bring them together in Ghadames.
Member of Parliament Saad Al-Jazwi said on Sunday that the aim of the meeting of representatives in Morocco is to consult and agree on the agenda for an upcoming meeting that brings together all the deputies in the city of Ghadames, to discuss the presidential elections and the priorities of …Read More »
Turkish President “Rejep Tayyip Erdogan” said that the Turkish intervention greatly contributed to reviving the political solution in Libya. On Saturday, Erdogan said that the training and advisory support provided by Turkey to the Libyan government prevented the country from slipping into further internal warfare, and paved the way for …Read More »
Radio France Internationale: France seeks to turn the page by welcoming Bashagha after the defeat of its ally.
Radio France Internationale said, on Saturday, that France, by welcoming Bashagha, wants to turn the page and draw lessons from the past after the defeat its former ally Haftar. The radio added that Bashagha is a heavyweight in Tripoli, and one of the main players in the Libyan scene. The …Read More »
Despite its tragic crimes … Russia refuses to include the “Alkani” militia in the international sanctions list
While the UN Security Council is trying to take steps to enhance stability in Libya, and to hold accountable and punish the perpetrators of crimes against humanity there, Russia is preventing the International Sanctions Committee of the Security Council from issuing a decision to blacklist the “Al kani” militia and …Read More »
On Saturday, Russia prevented a UN Security Council committee from including Haftar’s Al-Kani militia and its leader, Mohamed Al-Kani, in the blacklist of human rights violations. Arabi 21 reported that the United States and Germany demanded that the Libya Sanctions Committee, which includes 15 council members, impose an asset freeze …Read More »
Williams: “An end to the stalemate and the deterioration of the situation in Libya is just around the corner.
Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations announced in Libya “Stephanie Williams,” they are just around the corner from ending the stalemate and deterioration, which lasted for years in the Libyan crisis. “Williams” said in a televised speech Friday, that they want to confront those who are …Read More »
The head of the Justice and Construction Party, Mohamed Sawan, said, Friday, that Haftar’s military project is experiencing a retreat after the balance of power that was achieved in Libya, pointing out that this balance formed an opportunity to return to the negotiating table and search for a political settlement, …Read More »
Sawan: The political settlement guarantees must be within it through a separate government headed by a strong leadership.
The head of the Justice and Constructing Party, Mohamed Sawan, said on Friday that the political settlement must have guarantees within it, which is a government separate from the Presidential Council and headed by a strong leadership that faces the military rebellion if it thinks about returning, and the presidential …Read More »