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Education ministry issues establishes Office of Support and Counseling

The Government of National Accord (GNA) Education Ministry issued a decision to add an office under the name “the Office of Psychological Support and Counseling” for internal organization at monitoring municipal education offices. The office is responsible for activating the role of the psychological counselor in educational institutions, evaluating the …

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Russian authorities release Libyan citizen held in jail

The Government of National Accord (GNA) Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, that the Russian authorities released Libyan citizen, Abdulrahman Faraj Bayoud, who was detained in its prisons. The ministry’s media office told ArraedLG, Bayoud left Russia through Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow on a Turkish Airlines plane, referring to the …

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7 new ambassadors present credentials to head of GNA

The head of the Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord, Faiz Al-Sarraj received on Sunday, in Tripoli, seven new ambassadors to Libya, who presented him with their credentials in the presence of Foreign Minister, Mohamed Al-Sayala. According to the GNA media office, the ambassadors are of the …

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PC head talk Tawergha residents return with Misurata mayor

The head of the Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Faiz Al-Sarraj, discussed on Saturday with the mayor of Misurata municipality, Mustafa Omar Karwad, the return of the people of Tawergha to their city. According to the GNA official page, Misurata mayor affirmed the support of …

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Libya denies signing Free Movement agreement in Africa

The Government of National Accord (GNA) foreign minister, Mohamed Al-Sayala denied on Wednesday Libya signing an agreement on free movement of citizens in the African continent. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs media office, Al-Sayala called on all media outlets to investigate the credibility of news stories and report …

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