Libya’s customs authority announced that preparations are ongoing for the reopening of trade at the Libyan-Algerian Ghadames-Debdeb border crossing.
The European Union will extend for two years its military mission in the Mediterranean policing the UN arms embargo on conflict-wracked Libya, senior EU officials said Wednesday.
The Minister of Justice of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Halima Ibrahim, confirmed on Wednesday that she is preparing to form a committee, to be charged with the release of detainees in prisons, which are not under the control of the state.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) under Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar allowed Turkish merchant ships to enter ports in eastern Libya, a source confirmed to Sputnik on Wednesday.
There have been “no indications” that around 2,000 Russian mercenaries have withdrawn from Libya, despite official calls for them to do so, according to a United Nations report.
The ability of grassroots movements to mobilize and sustain protests created an unexpected opening for political transition in Sudan and Algeria in the course of 2019.
The arms embargo imposed on Libya since 2011 is “totally ineffective,” say UN experts in a stark report released Tuesday which underscores “extensive, blatant” violations by actors including its own member states.
The 5+5 Joint Military Committee (JMC) in Libya announced that over three tons of explosive mines left behind by Khalifa Haftar’s forces after the war have been safely cleared out.
In its final statement today after its two-day meeting at its permanent headquarters in Sirte, the 5 + 5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) stressed the necessity of continuing efforts for the immediate removal of mercenaries and foreign fighters from Libya.
In the early hours of the morning this Sunday, at least four airstrikes of unknown origins targeted the city of Ubari.