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.
Al-Manqoush calls for speedy implementation of quartet border agreement with southern neighbours
Foreign Minister Najla Al-Manqoush has reiterated the need to accelerate the practical implementation of the Quartet Agreement concerned with protecting and securing common borders with neighboring countries to meet the security challenges in the region.
Libyan PM visits Niger to discuss immigration and border security
The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, arrived in Niger’s capital Niamey on Wednesday and met with President Mohamed Bazoum to review issues of illegal immigration from northern Niger through southern Libya and border security.
Libya urges EUBAM to abide by its mission tasks
The deputy of political affairs at the Libyan Foreign Ministry Mohammed Essa said the European Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) should stick to its tasks in the country and operate via Libyan institutions, rejecting any work by the mission outside the scope of its tasks.
Sudan’s RSF seize Libya arms shipment after clash with smugglers
A shipment of weapons from Libya was seized by Sudanese forces on Saturday, the country’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary group said in a statement.
GNU military official: Ready to fight Chadian mercenaries in southern Libya
A spokesman for the Sirte and Jufra Operations Room of the Government of National Unity (GNU) Abdul Hadi Darah, has reiterated that they are ready to repel any aggression by the Chadian opposition forces in southern Libya, stressing not to leave Libya as an arena for mercenaries.
Libya announces reopening of border crossing with Tunisia
The Tunisian presidency on Thursday announced the reopening of border crossings with Libya as of Friday.
Libya, Tunisia agree on security, health protocol ahead of reopening borders
Libyan and Tunisian ministerial delegations, meeting in Djerba, agreed on security and health protocol that will be sent to the Libyan and Tunisian governments for approval ahead of reopening joint borders.
Aldabaiba’s visit to Malta leads to several agreements
Following Friday’s official visit to Malta by Libyan Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba and his meeting with Maltese counterpart Robert Abela, the Libyan government revealed that the two countries had agreed on several measures, the most important of which were:
Libya, Tunisia prepare joint protocol to open borders
The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah and Tunisian President Kais Saied have agreed to coordinate through each country’s Health and Interior Ministries to establish a protocol for the reopening of borders so travelers and other movements can return via flights and land border crossings soon.