The leader of the aggression against Tripoli, Khalifa Haftar, began reeling in the cities he controlled with iron and fire, after his influence abroad diminished and became outside the international and regional calculations. Hoon demonstrates against Haftar After the rising voices opposing his actions and the childish actions of his …Read More »
The Hatteen Brigade announces the withdrawal of its vehicles from the coastal road west of Sirte, in implementation of the 5 + 5 agreement.
The Hatteen Brigade of the Central Military Region announced Saturday that it will withdraw all its personnel and vehicles to its headquarters, in implementation of the Joint Military Commission 5 + 5 agreements. The battalion, stationed in the Bwairat Al-Hassoun area, west of Sirte, confirmed in a letter addressed to …Read More »
The British newspaper, The Guardian, said Friday that the failure of Haftar’s aggression against the capital, Tripoli, made him lose his external influence and his local prestige. Which allowed the voices to rise calling for national reconciliation. The newspaper stated – in a report – that the United Nations’ urgency …Read More »
The head of the European Union’s mission to Libya, José Sabadell, said Friday that the European Union stands with the Libyans in their quest to achieve peace, stressing that the coming weeks will be crucial for Libya. “Sabadell” – in a tweet on his account on Twitter – stated that …Read More »
The Guardian: UN efforts to monitor the ceasefire and push for the formation of a national unity government.
The British “Guardian” newspaper reported Friday that there are efforts by the United Nations to send observers to Libya, to observe the ceasefire signed last October. The newspaper indicated – in a report – that the United Nations wants to make more diplomatic action for the efforts made, to persuade …Read More »
Saeed: The ICC’s visit to the mass graves in Tarhuna is an important step in achieving justice for the families of the victims.
On Thursday, a member of the House of Representatives from Tarhuna, Abubaker Saeed, said that efforts are continuing to find out the identity of the bodies exhumed from the city’s mass graves, but that they are not proceeding rapidly, due to a lack of DNA-related equipment and analyzes, to identify …Read More »
On Thursday, Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha stressed the need to expedite training programs for fighters, qualify them to engage in security work, and build a strong security institution, in order to preserve the security and prestige of the state. Bashagha discussed during a meeting with the Fighters Integration Committee …Read More »
The Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General, Stephanie Williams, said that setting the date for the elections on December 24, 2021, is an achievement according to the Road Map, and it is a goal that we will not back down from and emphasize, and we cannot continue an open process. …Read More »
Italian Prime Minister “Giuseppe Conte” said that he stressed, during a phone call with US President-elect “John Biden”, the importance of the Mediterranean region, specifically the Libyan file. Conte added, in statements carried by the Italian news agency AKI, that the crisis in Libya has always been the focus of …Read More »
Cavusoglu: The representative of Aqila Saleh recently visited Turkey and we seek to define a roadmap for our relations with Egypt.
Turkish Foreign Minister “Mevlut Cavusoglu” confirmed on Wednesday that his country is communicating with the eastern region in Libya, adding that the representative of Aqila Saleh visited Turkey recently. In a related context, Cavusoglu clarified, in a press statement carried by the Anadolu Agency, that the visit of the Egyptian …Read More »
Tobruk Parliament in response to Haftar: We condemn calls for war between Libyans, and the solution is to continue political dialogue.
The Foreign Affairs Committee of the Tobruk House of Representatives condemned the calls for fighting between Libyans, stressing that they stand against the option of war or those who incite it. In a statement issued by it, Tuesday, the committee expressed its deep concern about the recent escalation, which it …Read More »
Through Cyrenaica conference … Haftar directs his supporters to the second option to cut off the road on Aqila or support the continuation of Al-Sarraj and form of a government with him.
The inclusive Cyrenaica Forum reflected the escalating disagreement between Operation Al Karama Commander Haftar and Parliament Speaker Agila Saleh. It confirms the intensity of the dispute between them, which began to be reflected in the tribal alignment in Cyrenaica. The closing statement also confirmed the possibility of an understanding on …Read More »
With the approaching date of selecting the new authorities for the country … Aqila and Haftar struggle appear on the surface.
With the approaching decision-making date in choosing the new executive powers, as decided by the roadmap adopted by the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum held in Tunis in November, a severe conflict emerged between the Speaker of the Tobruk Parliament, Aqila Saleh and Khalifa Haftar, over who would represent Barqa in …Read More »
Lavrov: The Libyans must make the right choice to end the conflict, and Moscow will provide as much assistance as possible.
Russian Foreign Minister “Sergey Lavrov” said Wednesday that the Libyans must now make a historic choice in favor of ending the civil conflict, national reconciliation and joint building of a stable and prosperous state, pointing to Moscow’s desire to provide as much assistance as possible to Libya. Lavrov praised, the …Read More »
Bashagha discusses with the director of the Turkish company “Baykar” ways to benefit from its expertise in the field of security work.
The Minister of the Interior, Fathi Bashagha, discussed, on Tuesday, with the General Director of the Turkish Defense manufacturer Baykar Company, Khaluk Baykar, ways of cooperation between the ministry and the company, and to benefit from the company’s expertise to raise the efficiency of security work. Bashagha and “Baykar” discussed …Read More »
Turkish Foreign Minister “Mevlut Çavuşoğlu” said, Tuesday, that our presence in Libya is legal and legitimate, and it is based on the military cooperation agreement signed with Libya, which enabled us to provide military and training advice to the Libyans. Çavuşoğlu added in a press conference with Russian Foreign Minister …Read More »