The Ministry of Defense of the Government of National Accord (GNA), along with Italian representatives, agreed to establish a joint committee from both countries to discuss methods of activating joint bilateral cooperation in the field of military medicine.
Turkey and Qatar have reiterated their support for Libya’s internationally recognised government during a trip by their defence ministers to the capital, Tripoli, where Germany’s foreign minister also paid an unexpected visit.
The Defense Ministry of the Libyan Government of National Accord said the number of deaths due to mines planted by Khalifa Haftar’s forces in south Tripoli and Sirte had reached 55.
Italy’s defence ministry said on Wednesday it would strengthen cooperation with Libya, citing a willingness for improved relations with the war-torn country’s UN-recognised government.
The Libyan Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that it won’t allow mercenaries and criminal gangs to take advantage of oil fields and energy resources in Libya.
The Ministry of Defence of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) said it will continue in its moves to recapture the eastern city of Sirte from the forces of renegade General Khalifa Haftar despite the warning of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi that the city represents a “red line” …
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Defence, Salah Al-Din Al-Namroush has said the ministry has suspended payment of salaries to military personnel fighting alongside Haftar in his aggression on Tripoli.
The Defence Ministry has said that statements of the spokesman for “Haftar’s militias” regarding the imposition of an air embargo, were to gain more time and raise the spirit of his “defeated” forces.
Khalifa Haftar’s march on Tripoli on April 4 was a paradigm-shifting event whose importance remains lost on the global diplomatic community. Haftar’s actions closed the door on the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) and on attempts to amend it, including a series of negotiations between Haftar and Government of National Accord …
The Public Sector Employees’ Registration Committee of the Administrative Control Authority has suspended the salaries of some 28,000 employees because of duplication of functions in state entities and the failure of public bodies to follow-up the financial files of their employees.