Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi instructed his government to demarcate the country’s western maritime borders last week, unilaterally naming coordinates for the disputed borders.
In a letter to the UN on Tuesday, Libya and Turkey decried Greek criticisms of their agreements on the delimitation of hydrocarbon and maritime jurisdiction areas, and urged Greece to end its baseless accusations, hostile rhetoric, and escalatory actions and instead respect the sovereign decisions of the two countries.
Cross-border cooperation conference between Libya and the Sahel countries to combat organized crime and human trafficking will be held in Tunisia on November 22-23.
The head of Libya’s Tripoli-based national unity government, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, announced on Monday the reopening of his country’s border with Sudan to help the movement of goods and people between the two countries, Anadolu has reported. Dbeibeh made the announcement in a video address to an economic forum organised …
Libya has been in crisis for more than a decade, and it is clear that, without international help, the solution is difficult. In this regard, Libya needs to make a distinct choice of candidate to ensure its prosperous future.
Tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean ratcheted up to new highs after Turkey signed a “preliminary deal” with Libya’s Tripoli-based government allowing for oil and gas exploration in a contested maritime zone.
European Union’s Operation IRINI held on last Saturday a ceremony for the change of Force Commander on board of the new flagship HS Aegean, chaired by the Operation Commander Rear Admiral Stefano Turchetto.
Speaker of the Libyan Parliament Aqila Saleh affirmed his rejection to signing any agreement or memorandum of understanding by the outgoing government of Abdel Hamid Dabaiba, considering that they would not be binding for the Libyan state.
Libya’s Tripoli government signed a preliminary deal on energy exploration on Monday, prompting Greece and Egypt to say they would oppose any activity in disputed areas of the eastern Mediterranean.
On 28 September, the online not-for-profit newspaper EUobserver published an article entitled ‘Meloni’s navy-blockade plan to stop Libya migrants “unlikely”‘.