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Central Bank of Libya denies “funneling money” to Jadran’s forces

The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has denied the statement made by the spokesman for the self-styled army in east Libya, Ahmed Al-Mismari, that said the CBL transferred money to the previous chief of Petroleum Facilities Guard in central Libya, Ibrahim Jadran.

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UNSC responds positively to Libyan request for audit of spending by its Central Banks

The UN Security Council has responded ‘‘positively’’ to the letter from Faiez Serraj, the head of Libya’s Presidency Council, requesting the formation of an ‘’international technical committee’’ to review and audit the expenses, revenues and transactions of both of Libya’s Central Banks in Tripoli and Beida.

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Libya’s central bank denies funding terrorism, says economic reform underway

The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has denied links to any funding of terrorists and reaffirmed that economic reforms agreed upon last month in Tunisia are underway despite hurdles caused by the current shutdown of oil ports and exports. “Economic reform will take effect no matter what.” Said the head …

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Renewed fight over Libya’s oil threatens entire country

On the morning of June 14, with just a couple hundred armed men driving a dozen pickup trucks, Ibrahim Jadran, the commander of the so-called Petroleum Facilities Guard, took over two of Libya’s main oil exporting terminals used by the Libyan National Oil Company (NOC) — Es-Sidra and Ras Lanuf. …

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