The Foreign Ministry has summoned the Chargé d’Affairs of the Egyptian Embassy to Libya, Tamer Mustafa, to inform him of the ministry’s dissatisfaction with the ill-treatment that the Libyan citizens receive during their entry and exit from Egypt.
The UN Security Council approved a resolution Friday extending the authorisation for countries and regional organisations to inspect vessels on the high seas off the coast of Libya suspected of violating the UN arms embargo on the troubled north African nation.
Niger plans to build a base for armed drones to strengthen its defence and security capabilities in combating terrorism and for closely monitoring the security situation across its borders with Libya and Mali.
The European Naval Operation IRINI has revealed that Turkey refused to inspect its ships bound for the Libyan port of Misurata for the seventh time, according to the Italian Nova news agency.
Libya and Egypt’s customs authorities have agreed to set up a mechanism for exchanging information and cooperation with respect to combating customs violations.
The Sudanese Rapid Support Forces (RSF) thwarted Sunday an attempt to smuggle quantities of ammunition on the border with Libya, which was on its way to Sudan, including about 3,638 rounds of machine guns and 357 DShK ammunition.
The Spokesman for the Turkish Presidency Ibrahim Kalin says that the military and naval agreements signed with Libya are still valid.
The European Union (EU) gave Tuesday Libya logistical equipment to enhance maritime monitoring and operations’ control, in addition to launching a mobile coordination center for search and rescue in Libyan waters, according to Italian news agency Nova.
Libya and Algeria have agreed to open the Al-Debdeb-Ghadames border crossing, as interior ministers of both sides met in Algeria to discuss bilateral relations.
Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah yesterday met with Niger’s President Mohamed Bazoum and discussed the irregular migration crisis and ways to resolve it, Anadolu reported.