Libya’s internationally recognised government and Turkey have signed an agreement on maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean Sea that could complicate Ankara’s disputes over energy exploration with other countries, Reuters reports.
Turkey signed a military deal late Wednesday with Libya’s UN-recognised government following a meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, his office said.
Chadian President, Idriss Deby has accused “major world powers” which he did not name, of blocking the African Union’s (AU) efforts to appoint former Mauritanian President, Mohamed Wild Abdel Aziz, as UN special envoy to Libya.
UAE-linked “Aref Al-Nayed” proposed to form Libya’s post-war government to Trump administration officials
The US President Donald Trump administration officials have had multiple meetings with former Libyan UAE ambassador, Aref Al-Nayed, who is aligned with Khalifa Haftar, hinting that the American administration may be rethinking its Libya policy, according to Defense One website.
Libya’s interim government, headed by Abdullah al-Thani, has launched a voluntary repatriation program for Libyan refugees in countries around the world, notably Egypt, Tunisia, Malta, Algeria and Germany.
It appears that Libya’s Minister of Justice, Mohamed Lamloum, underestimated the public reaction to his statements before the International Criminal Court (ICC) last Tuesday. The ICC was hearing an appeal from the defence team of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi’s who were disputing the case’s admissibility before the international court.
The Presidential Council of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) called on the UN Security Council, on Tuesday, to take a “firm and deterrent stance” against Khalifa Haftar, following the latest aerial bombing launched by the latter’s forces on the cities of Tripoli and Misrata, causing casualties.
The commander of the military intelligence authority at Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous Operation of the Government of National Accord, Mohammed Ganeedi, said there are efforts to form a “war government” in central and western Libya, adding that it should be comprised of the fighters on the frontlines, especially those who fought for …
Prime Minister of Libyan’s UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) Fayez Al-Sarraj said the only solution to the country’s current crisis is not sharing power but holding free and fair elections based on a sound constitutional rule.
The Chairman of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj has declared that the Libyan army forces are close to ending the war after the achievements they have accomplished on the battlegrounds.