After the signing of the ceasefire agreement, the culmination of the talks of the 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee in Geneva between the two delegations of the GNA and Haftar’s militias, was met with widespread local and international acceptance, praising this agreement and calling for its inclusion in the …Read More »
The Algerian Presidency announced, on Tuesday, that President Abdulmajid Tebboune was infected with the Corona virus and entered a specialized unit for treatment at the Central Army Hospital in Ain Al-Na’ja, based on the recommendation of his doctors. The presidency added, according to its official page, that Tebboune’s health condition …Read More »
Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said that Haftar and his militias will not pose any threat if his supporters and backers from foreign countries abandon him. Bashagha added, in an interview with the British Financial Times, that the ceasefire is fragile and will not continue unless the countries supporting Haftar stop …Read More »
Oil prices declined rapidly at the beginning of weekly trading after the National Oil Corporation announced the end of all closures in the oil fields and ports. Brent crude for next January delivery on Monday recorded a decrease of one dollar and 10 cents compared to Friday, or 2.60%, achieving …Read More »
United Nations: The first dialogue meetings were successful, and everyone should judge the results, not how we got them.
A spokesman for the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, “Jan Al-Alam,” described the first meeting of the Libyan political dialogue through the visual communication system as a successful experience, being the first of its kind for such meetings, stressing that the direct meetings start on the 9th of November …Read More »
In anticipation of a repetition of the Ghadames Forum scenario … the mission is brandishing sanctions against those obstructing the dialogue.
The Acting Head of the United Nations Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, confirmed, during her meeting with the women political activists, that the ceasefire agreement will be endorsed by the Security Council, and that there will be sanctions against those obstructing the ceasefire agreement by the Security Council. Williams explained …Read More »
Pompeo: We welcome the signing of the ceasefire agreement and stress that all foreign fighters must leave within 90 days.
On Monday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo welcomed the ceasefire agreement in Libya, stressing the need for all parties to adhere to the agreement, and for all foreign forces to leave the country within 90 days. Pompeo stressed – according to the Russian agency Sputnik – that the Libyans …Read More »
Bashagha and Siala discuss prospects for joint cooperation in Qatar, and the interior ministries in the two countries’ sign a security cooperation memorandum.
The Minister of the Interior, Fathi Bashagha, accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Muhammad Siala, discussed, on Monday, with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, Muhammad bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, bilateral cooperation relations, and the latest developments in Libya. In the same context, the …Read More »
On Monday, Secretary-General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, welcomed the permanent ceasefire agreement in Libya, which was signed by the Libyan Joint Military Commission “5 + 5” in Geneva. In a press conference, Stoltenberg considered the agreement an important step towards peace, according to what was reported by the Italian “Nova” …Read More »
Lavrov: The joint efforts between Moscow and Ankara succeeded in reaching the ceasefire and the resumption of oil.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Monday that joint efforts between Moscow and Ankara had succeeded in a ceasefire in Libya and the resumption of oil. Lavrov added, according to the Russian Sputnik Agency, that Moscow and Ankara are continuing to work to bring closer the stances of the two …Read More »