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NATO must prevent Russia from having stronger presence in Libya, General-Secretary says

NATO should not let Russia strengthen its presence in divided Libya as Moscow’s involvement in the peace settlement process in Syria has only created an “even more difficult situation,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday.

Fighting in Sabratha sets tone for Libya’s future instability

The coastal town of Sabratha, 70 kilometres from Tripoli, is a principal hub for migrants from across the Middle East and Africa seeking a departure across the Mediterranean.

HoR debate over amendments to LPA finally under way after protestors blockade

Over a hundred members of the House of Representatives (HoR) joined in a delayed session today in Tobruk to discuss the amendments to the Libyan Political Agreement agreed last month in Tunis by the dialogue committees of both the HoR and the State Council (SC) . They included some 30 …

Sowane: UAE and Egypt play games bigger than their sizes

The Head of Justice and Construction Party in Libya, Mohamed Sowane, talks to “LIBYAPROSPECT” about his point of views and his party’s opinions regarding the Action Plan of the United Nations Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame.

Head of Libya’s Presidential Council demands lifting UN arms ban to fight migration

The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj has tied continuing his government’s efforts to curb illegal immigration and human trafficking to the urgent need to lift the United Nations’ ban on arms purchase by Libya.

A Way Forward for Devolving Local Power in Libya?

Despite the signing of the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) in Skhirat in 2015, the political situation in Libya appears no closer to being resolved. Indeed, there is now a widening consensus within Libya and among concerned states that the LPA must be amended. Over the last two years, cleavages within …