Backers of Libya’s factions meet in Paris today to affirm their support for what is likely to become a messy election period.
Diplomats and western leaders are pinning their hopes for Libya’s stability on Friday’s gathering in Paris, in one final push to pressure the country’s rival politicians into holding planned presidential elections in six weeks.
UNSMIL statement on the JMC meeting in Cairo with representatives of Chad, Niger, and Sudan and agreement on establishing communication and coordination mechanism with neighboring countries
The 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) concluded on 1 November a three-day meeting in Cairo, where they agreed with representatives of Chad, Niger, and Sudan on establishing an effective communication and coordination mechanism to support the implementation of the JMC Action Plan for the departure of mercenaries, foreign fighters, and …
The member of the Libyan 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC), Emraji Al-Emmami, said the JMC is going to meet with officials from Turkey and Russia separately to discuss the exit of foreign forces and mercenaries from Libya under international supervision.
Libyan authorities and the United Nations’ migration agency on Wednesday repatriated 91 migrants to Niger, mainly women and young children, in a rare humanitarian flight.
Today, the High National Elections Commission (HNEC)’s Chairperson, Dr. Emad Alsayeh signed an agreement with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative, Mr. Marc-André Franche, at its Headquarters, committing US$ 883,503.00 to the ‘Promoting Elections for the People of Libya’ (PEPOL) project.
UNSMIL calls for adoption of suggested amendments to election laws and for simultaneous elections on 24 December 2021
UNSMIL issued a statement yesterday on Libya’s legal framework for its parliamentary and presidential elections in which it called for the adoption of the necessary adjustments, including those put forward by the High National Elections Commission (HNEC), to enable the holding of free, fair, inclusive, and credible parliamentary and presidential …
The Libya Stabilisation Conference convened in Tripoli on 21 October without any clear agenda or specific objectives. As a result, there were very few realistic expectations. The one-day event brought together representatives of over 30 countries as well as the African Union, the European Union, the Arab League and the …
The UN Security Council announced Monday that it has added Libyan national Osama Al Kuni Ibrahim to its sanctions list.
Member of the 5+5 Joint Military Committee (JMC), Mukhtar Al-Nagasa, was quoted by Libyan media as saying today that the first group of international ceasefire monitors arrived in Tripoli today.