The Afriqiyah Airways Company denied on Sunday, the authenticity of the clips published on the media about the transfer of Syrian mercenaries to Libya, which were fabricated clips, fabricated outside the airports of the western region. The company added, in a statement, that the purpose of these rumors is to …Read More »
President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Asarraj, during his meeting with Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan in Germany on Sunday, stressed that the cease-fire is linked to the withdrawal of the aggressor. Asarraj discussed with Erdogan, on the sidelines of the Berlin conference, ways of consultation and coordination on the …Read More »
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo agreed on Sunday, with his Turkish counterpart, Mevlüd Çavoyş Oglu, on the need to reach a formal ceasefire agreement, and a reliable monitoring mechanism. Pompeo and Oglu, prior to the Berlin Summit, discussed ways to continue the peace process in Libya, according to the …Read More »
The Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs deplored on Sunday, the storming of elements belonging Hifter of the Azwaitina oil port in eastern Libya, and stopping exports from it. The ministry confirmed, in an official statement, that Libya’s wealth belongs to the Libyans, and neither party has the right to manipulate …Read More »
Salama: The GNA is the legitimate representative, and Aqila must respect the Security Council’s resolutions.
The United Nations envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salama, said on Saturday that Aqila Saleh must respect the resolutions of the Security Council, which recognized the GNA as a legitimate representative of Libya. In response to a question to Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper about his Aqila Saleh attempt to withdraw the legitimacy …Read More »
Salama: The Berlin Summit seeks to create an international umbrella to protect what the Libyan people agree on.
Ghassan Salama, the UN envoy to Libya, said on Saturday that the Berlin Summit does not seek to solve the Libyan problem in all its aspects, but rather to create an international umbrella to protect what only the Libyans will agree on. Salama added, in an interview with Al-Sharq Al-Awsat …Read More »
The National Oil Corporation warned, on Saturday, that stopping oil production will affect the natural gas supplies supplied to power plants, and that the sudden stopping of oil will cause the freezing of crude oil and if emptied it will lead to widespread environmental pollution. The National Oil Corporation, in …Read More »
The United Nations Mission, on Saturday, expressed concern about stopping oil production, noting that this step will have severe consequences for the Libyan economy and people. In a statement on its official website, the mission urged all Libyans to show restraint while international negotiations continue to mediate an end to …Read More »
Sawan: Inviting countries involved in hampering Libya’s stability disturbs the balance of the Berlin conference.
Justice and Construction Party Chairman Mohamed Sawan said on Thursday that inviting countries involved in obstructing Libya’s stability by standing against the legitimate government at the Berlin conference and absent other countries without clear ground and criteria is a matter that disturbs the balance of the conference, calls for concern, …Read More »
The Tunisian ambassador to Germany is surprised by the exclusion of his country from attending the Berlin conference.
The Tunisian ambassador to Germany, Ahmed Shafra, said that his country received the news of its exclusion from the Berlin Conference on Libya “with great surprise, because Tunisia is the most interested country in the situation in Libya, and it is the country most affected by what is going on …Read More »