The delegations from the Libyan parliament, the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR), and the High State Council (HSC) announced that they had reached a comprehensive understanding on the criteria for selecting the holders of Libya’s sovereign positions.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday expressed “full solidarity” with Libya’s UN-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) during a meeting in Istanbul, his office said.
The governor of the parallel Libyan Central Bank Ali Al-Hibri said he approved a budget of 300 million dinars for the Interim Government of Abdullah Al-Thinni in eastern Libya for anti-coronavirus measures, 284 million of which the government spent in 10 days.
Tripoli militias clash in Tajura suburb, Serraj Defence Minister orders their dissolution and referral of commanders to Military Prosecutor
Two militias recognized by the internationally recognized Libyan government in Tripoli clashed on the borders of the eastern Tripoli suburb of Tajura (Bivi/Bir Stamilad) early this morning.
The head of Libya’s internationally recognised government has called on rival forces to lay down their weapons, warning that they risked compromising a fragile ceasefire in the war-wracked country.
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj and the Head of the High Council of State Khalid Al-Mishri reiterated Wednesday the need to demilitarize Sirte and Jufra.
Turkey will continue to support Libya’s internationally recognised government despite Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj announcing last week that he planned to step down by the end of next month, according to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman.
The Tripoli-based House of Representatives (HoR) has reiterated its rejection of attempts by some individuals and groups to take the Libyan file out of the United Nations hands, stressing that any move in this regard should involve all Libyan parties, as stipulated in the constitutional declaration and the political agreement.
Libyan officials said on Saturday that the leader of the UN-supported government would not support a deal with his primary rival in the country’s civil war to lift a months-long blockade on its vital oil trade.
Ahmed Maetig, Deputy head of Libya’s Presidency Council, which is headed by Faiez Serraj, published on an official Libyan government Facebook page the terms of the agreement with Khalifa Hafter for the resumption of oil exports.