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European politicians accused of conspiring with Libyan coastguard to push back refugees

High-profile European politicians, including the EU’s former foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, Italy’s current and former interior ministers and the current and former prime ministers of Malta, have been named as the subjects of a criminal complaint at the international criminal court alleging they conspired with Libya’s coastguard to illegally …

Stefano Marcuzzi reports on the EU, NATO, and the Libya Crisis

On 18 November, the Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) published a report entitled ‘The EU, NATO and the Libya Crisis: Scaling Ambitions Down’ by Stefano Marcuzzi (Senior Analyst at Libya-Analysis).

Athens-Tripoli row: Why is Greece so angry with Libya?

On 17, November, a plane carrying Greece’s Foreign Minister, Nikos Dendias, landed in Mitiga International Airport, in Tripoli, but the visitor refused to disembark once he was told that his counterpart, Najla Al-Mangoush, was waiting to welcome him. Instead, he decided to leave Tripoli and head for Benghazi, Eastern Libya. …

Dendias: Athens to strengthen relations with east Libya to boost position against Turkey

The Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said on Saturday that they are working to maintain and strengthen their relations in eastern Libya as well with the House of Representatives (HoR) to strengthen Greece’s positions in rejection of the agreement signed with Turkey and to prevent its expansion contracts.

Stephanie Williams reports on Libya’s progress since the 2020 Ceasefire

The Brookings Institution released a report by Stephanie T. Williams, nonresident fellow and former who recently served as special adviser on Libya to the United Nations secretary-general, entitled ‘Two years from the ceasefire agreement, Libya still matters’.