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Romania ready to support GNA with expertise

The Romanian Minister for Business Environment, Commerce and Entrepreneurship, Ştefan-Radu Oprea expressed his country’s readiness to support the Government of National Accord (GNA) by providing Roman experts, exchanging expertise and learning from the Romanian experience. In a meeting with the GNA Foreign Minister, Mohamed Al-Sayala on Thursday, Romanian Foreign Ministry …

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GNA receives credentials of new UK ambassador to Libya

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Political Affairs of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Lutfi Al-Maghrabi received at the headquarters of the ministry in Tripoli the credentials of the new British Ambassador to Libya, Frank Baker. Baker said in a statement after handing over his credentials, …

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Intelligence aircraft flying over Libyan territory

Corriere della Sera, an Italian newspaper, reported that intelligence aircraft carrying out missions in Libyan airspace in recent weeks belong to the United States. The Italian newspaper said on its website on Thursday, the flights made by these aircraft were focused on “monitoring terrorist groups seeking to expand their presence …

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France renews support for successful elections in Libya

France’s Ambassador to Libya, Brigitte Kormi renewed, during a meeting with the head of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Faiz Al-Saraj on Wednesday, the support of her country to holding a successful electoral process in Libya. According to the GNA Facebook page, Al-Sarraj affirmed the need to hold the …

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Luxembourg Foreign Minister praises GNA efforts to combat migration

Luxembourg Foreign Minister, Jean Asselborn praised the Government of National Accord (GNA) efforts in managing the immigration file despite the difficult circumstances and the lack of resources. The media advisor to the illegal immigration control agency, Milad Al-Sadi told ArraedLG on Monday, Asselborn met with the head of the illegal …

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