Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that French President Emmanuel Macron needs to test his mental abilities. Following his recent racist statements about Islam. “Erdogan” asked, according to – Arabic site 21 -, how a head of state can treat millions of followers of a different religion, “Muslims” in …Read More »
Denunciations and boycotts of French products in several countries following the statements of “Macron” offensive to the Prophet Mohammed.
Citizens and institutions in several Arab countries announced reactions condemning the actions of French President “Emmanuel Macron”, against the background of publishing insulting cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, may God bless him and grant him peace. On Friday, associations in several countries boycotted French products and completely withdrew them from …Read More »
International and local welcome to the signing of the ceasefire agreement between the delegations of the Joint Military Committee “5 + 5”.
The talks of the delegations of the “5 + 5” military committee at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, which began last Monday in its fourth round, under the auspices of the United Nations mission in Libya, culminated in the signing of an agreement that included several items, most …Read More »
The US ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, said that his country had held consultations with Egypt, Turkey and other international partners to look for practical ways to support the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum. Norland added – in an interview with Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper – Friday, that he encourages Egypt and …Read More »
The French embassy in Libya welcomed the signing of the 5 + 5 joint military committee meeting in Geneva on the ceasefire in Libya. The embassy congratulated – according to its official page – Friday, the parties on this “historic” agreement for all Libyans, pointing out that the success of …Read More »
de Maio “The signing of the ceasefire agreement is an achievement for Libya and an important step for Italy’s security.”
Italian Foreign Minister “Luigi de Maio” described the ceasefire agreement in Libya as the “important achievement” that Libya deserves, and it is also a very important step for the security of Italy and the Mediterranean. de Maio” – as reported by “AKI” agency – Friday, added that Italian diplomacy is …Read More »
Head of Tarhuna management Council: We have started a psychological rehabilitation program to save the families of the victims of “Alkali” crimes.
On Friday, the Chairman of the management Council, Tarhuna Mohamed Al-Kisher, announced that they had begun work on a psychological rehabilitation program, in cooperation with Al-Zaytuna University, to save children, youth and women whose relatives were killed in front of their eyes, from imminent danger, according to him. Al-Kisher demanded, …Read More »
Sawan: The signing of the “5 + 5” committee of the ceasefire agreement is an important step to stop the bloodshed of Libyans.
On Friday, the head of the Justice and Construction Party, Mohamed Sawan, welcomed the signing of the “5 + 5” committee members of the final ceasefire agreement, considering it an important step to stop bloodshed of Libyans. On his personal Facebook page, Sawan said that he hopes to close the …Read More »
Saeed: Pleads not to give the opportunity to those who committed crimes in Tarhuna to escape punishment.
A member of the House of Representatives in Tripoli, Abu Bakr Ahmed Saeed, on Friday, appealed to the elderly and wise men of the eastern region and their representatives in the legislative authority, and its security and civil institutions, to assume their responsibilities. By not giving the opportunity to those …Read More »
The Turkish “Anatolia” news agency reported on Friday that two officials in the Turkish and Russian Foreign Ministries, on Thursday, discussed in the Russian capital Moscow the latest developments in the situation in Libya and Syria. Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Sadat Onal and his Russian counterpart, Mikhail Bogdanov, Special Envoy …Read More »
The President of the Presidential Council, Fayiz Al-Sarraj, and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte discussed the latest developments in Libya and the bilateral relations between the two countries. During their meeting in the Italian capital, Rome, on Thursday, Al-Sarraj and Conte renewed their assertion that the political solution to the …Read More »
The European Union expresses its hope that the “5 + 5” committee meetings will end in a comprehensive ceasefire.
On Thursday, the European Union expressed its hope that the “5 + 5” Libyan Joint Military Committee meetings, currently held in Geneva, Switzerland, would yield results that would lead to the transformation of the temporary truce into a comprehensive and sustainable ceasefire. The spokesman for the High Representative for Security …Read More »
The Minister of the Interior, Fathi Bashagha, announced, on Thursday, that the ministry had detected “flagrant” legal violations issued by official bodies, by violating the sanctity of houses, and withholding freedom without support from the law. Bashagha said, in his official Twitter account, that he referred the matter to the …Read More »
The “5 + 5” agreements to open roads and resume flights reflect the failure of the Haftar-Maiteeq agreement.
On December 18, what is known as the agreement of Vice President of the Presidential Council Ahmed Maiteeq and Haftar’s son in an agreement described the “Libyan Libyan” focused on the resumption of oil and the formation of a national unity government, solving the problems facing citizens and facilitating movements …Read More »
Al-Mishri: We are moving in the right direction to end the transitional stage, and we are looking to implement what was agreed upon.
The head of the Supreme Council of State, Khaled Al-Mishri, said that the talks are moving in the right direction towards ending the transitional phase the country is experiencing. Al-Mishri added in statements, on Wednesday, that work is underway to activate the sovereign positions agreement, and how to go to …Read More »
The British Embassy in Libya announced, on Wednesday, that it welcomed the joint “5 + 5” military committee talks in Geneva. The embassy added, on its official Twitter account, that the possibility of achieving a ceasefire and lasting peace comes through the unity of all Libyans, and sitting for a …Read More »