The Chairman of the Justice and Construction Party, Mohammed Sawan, stressed, on Monday, the need to approve the new government formation, give it confidence and support, adding that the country’s situation does not tolerate further aggravation, noting that what has been achieved represents an opportunity that imposes on all rational …Read More »
On Monday, Italy strongly condemned the attack on Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha, expressing solidarity with the minister and the security personnel who believe in Bashagha. In a statement published by its embassy in Libya, Italy appealed to all Libyan actors to refrain from any action aimed at compromising the path …Read More »
Agila Saleh: I condemn the attempt to assassinate Bashagha, and there will be no meeting in Sirte until after the formation of the new government.
On Sunday, the Speaker of the Tobruk Parliament, Aqila Saleh, denounced the attempt to assassinate Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha in the Janzour area, west of Tripoli. Saleh added that there will be no meeting in Sirte to vote on granting confidence to the government until after the prime minister presents …Read More »
The US embassy said, on Sunday, that Washington is angry at the attack on Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha, while returning to his residence in the Janzour area. The embassy added that Ambassador “Richard Norland” spoke with Bashagha by phone, stressing that the minister’s focus on ending the influence of rogue …Read More »
UN experts report: 3 Emirati companies were involved in the attempt to kill Libyan leaders during the aggression on Tripoli.
The report of the United Nations experts at the Security Council revealed the involvement of 3 Emirati companies in violating the arms embargo resolution imposed on Libya during the period of aggression on Tripoli, adding that they are well-funded private military companies called “Project Opus”, designed to provide military equipment …Read More »
Member of the “5 + 5” Joint Military Committee, Brigadier Mukhtar al-Naqasa, said in a statement to Arraed Sunday that the committee prefers not to go into the statements about the meeting point of the parliament in Sirte, and deny any published statements in my name on this point. Al-Naqasa …Read More »
A confidential UN report reveals the involvement of Blackwater company in breaching the arms embargo on Libya to support Haftar.
The American newspaper “New York Times”, Saturday, published leaks from a confidential report by UN experts indicating the involvement of the former head of the “Blackwater” company, “Eric Prince,” in supporting Khalifa Haftar in his aggression against Tripoli with mercenaries and attack drones, in violation of the arms embargo on …Read More »
In cooperation with Russia, officers in the Assad regime are involved in recruiting mercenaries sent to Libya.
“Arabi 21” website quoted “a Syrian local network” that there are officers of the Syrian regime involved with Russia in recruiting mercenaries in exchange for obtaining a commission estimated at 100-150 dollars for each member they recruit, with Russia intensifying its recruitment campaigns. The Syrian journalist Ahed Al-Salibi told Al-Arabi …Read More »
British web site: Al-Kabeer owns a commercial bank in Britain, and there is abuse of power in managing the bank.
A report by the English website “Global Witness” revealed that the Central Bank of Libya owns a network of commercial correspondent banks spanning the five continents, and that the main intermediary for letters of credit is “ABC” Bank indirectly owned by the Central Bank of Libya and its, Governor Al-Siddiq …Read More »
English website “Global Witness” reveals the Central Bank’s manipulation of documentary credits and the indirect ownership of a major bank in Britain.
Our new report illustrates how Libya appears to be losing millions of dollars annually through the fraudulent use of the LC system, run by the Central Bank of Libya. Despite being a vital factor in meeting Libya’s import needs, the appropriations system has been plagued by misuse, which our new …Read More »
Dhaw Al-Mansouri: The Hurghada agreement is booby trapped and it is difficult to complete the referendum on the draft constitution.
Dhaw Al Mansouri, a member of the Constituent Assembly for the Drafting of the Constitution, told Arraed that the outcomes of the Constitutional Committee meeting in Hurghada are booby trapped, and it is impossible to implement the referendum on the draft constitution, indicating that getting 50% + 1 in all …Read More »
Amnesty International said that the armed group controlling eastern Libya (Haftar’s militias) have failed to arrest Mahmoud Al-Werfali, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for killing 33 people, but rather promoted him to a lieutenant colonel in the “special forces”. The organization revealed in – a report prepared …Read More »
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, “António Guterres,” called for the exit of foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya. On Thursday, Guterres promised, during telephone conversations with the President of the Presidential Council, Muhammad Al-Manifi, and the Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Abdulhamid Dbaiba, to visit Libya, which …Read More »
Al-Araby Al-Jadeed: A Libyan military delegation will visit Moscow to discuss ending the Russian presence in Libya.
According to private sources, Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed reported Saturday that a military delegation from the “5 + 5” committee is likely to arrive soon in Russia. To meet with a number of Russian officials about the unofficial Russian presence in Libya. The sources added, according to Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed, that the delegation …Read More »
The British “Karim Khan” is a new Chief prosecutor for the International Criminal Court to succeed Bensouda.
British lawyer “Karim Khan” elected a new Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court to succeed “Fatou Bensouda” The 50-year-old Khan won the second round of voting at the United Nations headquarters in New York with the support of 72 countries, that is, ten countries more than the 62 required, …Read More »
The Libyan Investment Authority welcomes the sanctions committee’s rejection of Belgium’s request to dispose of the frozen funds.
On Saturday, the Libyan Investment Authority welcomed the UN Security Council’s sanctions committee’s rejection of the Belgian authorities ’request to lift the freeze on part of its assets, noting that this step is in line with the applicable sanctions regime and its objectives. The Foundation confirmed – in a statement …Read More »