A spokesperson for the military operation of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous has condemned in a presser the crime of bombing the Misurata-based brigade in Hoon, Jufra on Monday by Operation Dignity warplanes.
The Libyan Mufti, Al-Saddiq Al-Gharyani, has contacted a number of political figures that are closely effective on the current political stalemate in the country in a bid to rally them around a Libyan-Libyan dialogue intact of any foreign intervention.
The Presidency Council (PC) boycotting member Omar Laswad has warned of a new looming military attack against the eastern oil terminals and fields by the same forces that had attempted to take it over at the beginning December.
Six Western countries including France and Italy have renewed their support for Libya’s unity government despite widespread violence and instability a year after it was installed under a UN-brokered deal.
Algeria refused to receive Libyan military leader Khalifa Haftar in military attire during his recent visit, possibly signalling that Algiers will not accept Haftar as a military leader.
The head of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sanalla, said that “the management and distribution mechanisms of oil revenues are the core issues around which conflicts revolve, such problems are not seriously discussed until now, six years after the revolution.”
The Algerian Minister of Maghreb, African Union and Arab League affairs, Abdel Qader Messahel, said that the commander of the army of the House of Representatives (HoR), Khalifa Haftar, should make concessions to reach understandings with the Libyan factions.
The African Union’s justice of the peace, Ismaeil Sharki, said a high commission of different countries’ presidents will soon visit Tripoli and Tobruk in Libya to discuss reconciliation.
The U.S. said Tuesday it has ended military operations aimed at driving out of its sole Libyan stronghold.
A group of officers has demanded that the Presidency Council appoint, as a matter of urgency, a commander-in-chief of the Libyan armed forces.