A group of graduates of oil colleges from the western region closed the gas pipeline linking (Mellitah to Italy) on Saturday because the recent employment lists issued by the National Oil Corporation (NOC) did not include them.
NCHRL rejects EU, Italian policies toward Libya on migration issues
National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL), has rejected converting Libya into large detention center for migrants to protect Europe.
Italy’s Eni signs $8bn gas deal with Libya amid energy crunch
Italian energy company Eni and Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) signed an $8bn gas production deal aimed at boosting energy supplies to Europe despite the insecurity and political chaos in the North African country.
Wagner at the centre of CIA boss’s visit to Tripoli
During his recent visit to Tripoli, CIA Director William Burns called for national unity and sounded the charge against the Russian mercenary group Wagner, which controls several oil fields in Libya.
Arab Centre: Turkey Faces a Dilemma in its Foreign Policy Toward Libya
On 24 January, the Arab Center Washington DC published an article entitled ‘Turkey Faces a Dilemma in its Foreign Policy Toward Libya’ by non-resident fellow Mustafa Gurbuz.
Libya-Turkey energy deal ‘valid’ despite court ruling, oil minister says
A preliminary energy exploration deal between Libya’s Tripoli-based government and Turkey is “valid” despite a court ruling suspending it, according to Mohamed Aoun, Libya’s oil minister.
Menfi says Libya insists on exercising “full rights” at Arab League
The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, has reiterated Libya’s insistence on “exercising its full rights” at the League of Arab States, rejecting “the Arab League’s bias to a certain party or entity,” without naming anyone.
After years of fighting alongside Haftar, Chadian armed faction withdraws from southern Libya
After years of fighting alongside Khalifa Haftar in southern Libya, an armed faction of the Chadian rebels, known as the Union of Forces for Democracy and Development , announced its readiness to depart from Libya.
Libya considers taking steps as specific Arab states choose to boycott meeting in Tripoli
Libya is considering taking steps against the General Secretariat of the Arab League for attempting to hinder the consultative meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Tripoli on Sunday.
Arab states boycott regional meeting hosted by Libya’s unity government
Arab states boycotted a meeting hosted by Libya’s unity government on Sunday, with just five of the Arab League’s 22 members sending their top diplomats and even the bloc’s secretary general staying away.