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Is France honest in embracing Libya’s new government?

On 29 March, the French Embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, was reopened after seven years of closure. The new embassy relocated from the upscale Al-Andalus neighbourhood, west of Tripoli, to a new building near the city centre, where security is relatively better. The old building was attacked by a …

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Italian Defense Minister: Libya’s ceasefire fragile and threatened by mercenaries, militias

The Italian Defense Minister, Lorenzo Guerini, said Libya’s ceasefire is fragile and threatened by foreign mercenaries and militias despite the developments achieved on the political level and the endorsement of the Government of National Unity that is now governing all of the country.

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U.S. spends $ 49 million on Libya conventional weapons destruction and explosives clearance over 9 years

The U.S. embassy revealed today that its government had spent more than US$ 49 million on conventional weapons destruction and clearance of explosive remnants of war in Libya between 2011 and 2020. The revelation was made in the U.S. 2021 To Walk the Earth in Safety annual report.

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Beyond the controversial Turkish maritime agreement: Greece seeks cooperation in energy, construction, maritime transport, health, security, tourism, education and culture

Welcoming Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to Tripoli at their joint press conference yesterday, Libyan prime minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba said Libya sought to restore diplomatic relations and raise their representation in accordance with the common interests between the two countries. Greece had cut diplomatic relations with Libya during the …

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