The Foreign Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord Mohammed Sayala has expressed concern over the African Union Commission’s memorandum that says it will slap sanctions on Libya as it didn’t pay the contribution funds of 2020 before the end of last September.
The UN Support Mission in Libya today welcomed the 11 October appointment of five women judges who will work in two new specialised courts in Benghazi and Tripoli dedicated to hearing cases of violence against women and children.
The UN Mission in Libya has announced that the country’s political and military rivals will hold direct talks early next month.
The UN’s Libya envoy on Monday urged rival parties to place the national interest before political ambitions when they meet for talks next month aimed at ending a decade of bloodshed.
Turkey has started providing military training to 120 Libyan soldiers, Defense Ministry announced Monday.
The Libyan coast guard has received two of its vessels after being repaired in Bizerte port in Tunisia with Italy and the European Union funding the maintenance work as part of the European Union Emergency Trust Fund.
The UN has welcomed the understandings reached between the High Council of State and the House of Representatives in Tobruk regarding the criteria for appointments to key institutions.
On 5 October, the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas co-chaired a ministerial meeting on Libya. The gathering was attended by ministers and representatives of the Berlin Conference countries that took part in the first meeting on Libya hosted by Germany last January.
Libya yesterday said it would not take over the presidency of the Arab League’s current session.
Members of the Libyan Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA), politicians, and members of the House of Representatives called on the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to facilitate the first referendum on constitution in Libya’s history.