On Friday, the Security Council called on the Libyan authorities and institutions related to the elections, including Parliament, to clarify the constitutional base on which the elections will be held by next July. The Security Council added during its session today that the July date is in order to allow …Read More »
The Security Council threatens to impose sanctions on those who target the security and stability of Libya.
On Friday, the Security Council threatened all those who obstruct or undermine the political transition in Libya or threaten peace and stability in Libya by exposing them to travel ban and asset freeze measures. The council added that the committee established by them previously for this purpose will classify individuals …Read More »
On Friday, Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said that the agreement signed between Tripoli and Ankara regarding the demarcation of the Libyan-Turkish maritime border is a “bilateral understanding” between the two sides. “Di Maio”, according to the Italian agency AKI, confirmed during an interview with the newspaper “Corriere della …Read More »
The National Oil Corporation announced that oil and gas sales for the month of March reached a record level, recording 2,052,178,786.17 dollars. The Corporation stated that it transferred $ 2 billion to the sovereign account, including $ 1 billion, 498 million, 437 thousand and 86 dollars from the March revenues, …Read More »
Security Council: Friday votes on a resolution urging all foreign forces and mercenaries to leave Libya.
On Friday, the UN Security Council will vote on a draft resolution urging all foreign forces and mercenaries to leave Libya, and the deployment of a UN observer team to monitor the ceasefire. According to the American “Washington Post”, it is expected to announce the results of the vote on …Read More »
Al Manifi and the Greek PM stress the importance of activating the agreements .. What is the fate of the Turkish agreement with Libya?
In November 2019 Libya signed a cooperation agreement with Turkey related to security cooperation and the maritime domain, the agreement that added to Libya more than 39 thousand kilometers of water. The signing of the agreement was also accompanied by great opposition from Greece, which considered the signing of the …Read More »
On Wednesday, the Netherlands proposed using satellites to locate mass graves that had not yet been discovered in Libya. This came in the meeting of the Dutch ambassador to Libya, “Lars Tummers,” with the Vice President of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, at the Council’s headquarters in Tripoli. Tummers affirmed, …Read More »
Former Turkish Navy Chief of Staff: The maritime agreement granted Libya 39 thousand kilometers of water and 4 Greek islands.
The former Chief of Staff of the Turkish Naval Forces, Jihad Yaji, said, Wednesday, that the Turkish-Libyan maritime border demarcation agreement was a strategic choice by the politicians of the two countries, highlighting the gains and losses of Libya, if it signed an agreement to demarcate the maritime borders with …Read More »
The President of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Al-Manifi, said on Wednesday that the current Presidency Council cannot conclude any international agreements in accordance with the provisions of the Geneva Agreement. Al-Manifi expressed, during his meeting with the Greek President, “Ekaterini Sakilaropoulou”, the importance of activating the work of the joint …Read More »
Turkish Foreign Minister “Mevlut Çavuşoğlu” announced on Wednesday the start of a new phase in relations between his country and Egypt, pointing out that there is an upcoming Turkish-Egyptian meeting. “Çavuşoğlu” explained – according to what was reported by the Turkish Anadolu Agency – that the issue of appointing an …Read More »
The Tunisian Airlines announced the resumption of its flights to Tripoli and Benghazi, starting April 27. The company stated – on its official page – that the flight schedule to Tripoli will be at the rate of 3 flights per week, while two trips per week are allocated to Benghazi. …Read More »
World Health Organization calls on the countries of the world to stop selling live wild animals in the market.
On Tuesday, the World Health Organization called on the countries of the world to stop selling live wild animals, “live mammals,” in animal markets. Because it is the source of more than 70% of all infectious diseases emerging in humans, most of which are caused by new viruses. The organization …Read More »
Libya and Turkey have signed five agreements and memoranda of understanding, under which Turkish companies construct a number of facilities and establishments in Libya. The agreements and memoranda of understanding, according to the “Our Government” platform of the Government of National Unity, represented the signing of a memorandum of understanding …Read More »
The UN envoy to Libya, Jan Kubis, and the African Union Commissioner for Political Affairs, Peace and Security, Bancul Adiwi, agreed on Tuesday to assist Libya in its endeavor to hold the elections on the scheduled date next December. During his meeting with Adiwi at the headquarters of the African …Read More »
From the first day of its commencement of work, the National Unity Government promised to turn to the inside and solve the problems that plagued the citizen, perhaps the most important of which is the payment of late salaries and cash, especially after Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbaiba’s promised to …Read More »
Erdogan calls on the international community to support the elections in Libya Erdogan: The sovereignty of Libya is one of our priorities Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on the international community to provide “sincere support” to Libya so that the elections are held on the date scheduled for December …Read More »