The European Union has renewed its border assistance mission in Libya (EUBAM) for two more years until June 30, 2023.
European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) said the EU and EUBAM will look into providing Tripoli-based assistance and training to the Border Guards and to other Libyan border agencies to secure Libyan borders all over the country.
The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, stressed that Libya, being a transit country, is incapable to stop the migration crisis on its own, but rather, it requires serious cooperation by the European Union (EU), with the source countries of the migrants.
The Security Council of the United Nations unanimously approved Thursday the extension of permission to member states to inspect vessels and ships off Libyan coast for one more year if they suspect the presence of human trafficking or weapons smuggling, according to Estonia’s ambassador to the UN who chairs this …
Libya and Tunisia reach an agreement on the need to take measures to ease the movement of individuals and products in both directions.
Libya and Algeria agree to strengthen their bonds of cooperation in the transport sector.
The Libyan Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, discussed with the French Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, Tuesday cooperation in border security in Libya’s south.
Al-Menfi examines the intensification of security cooperation and border control with Niger and Chad
Dr. Mohamed Al-Menfi, Head of the Presidential Council, met with Niger’s President Mohamed Bazoum and Chad’s Transitional Military Council President Mahamat Idriss Déby on the sidelines of the Chad Basin’s extraordinary summit of heads of state and government in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja.
The Libyan Embassy in Tunis reported yesterday that its Security Attaché, Brigadier General Ibrahim Al Bouissi, discussed on Saturday with Tunisia’s Interior Ministry measures related to facilitating the passage of travellers between the two countries through land and air borders.
Head of the Libyan Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, affirmed that his country adheres to the maritime agreement signed between Tripoli and Ankara, and pledged not to abandon the deal.