Libya’s interim Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, denied reports, Wednesday, of meeting Israeli officials in the Jordanian capital of Amman.
Algeria’s government has opened a new consulate in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, ending an eight-year absence due to the latter country’s civil war.
We are not in Libya to support one party at the expense of another, Chadian Front for Change and Accord says
The spokesman for the Chadian Front for Change and Accord, Kingabe Ogouzeimi de Tapol, has expressed his regret that elections were not held in Libya, where there are many Chadian fighters, saying it is “unfortunate”.
The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Omar Keti, has stressed the importance of political weight and support, including technical support, to accelerate the procedures of lifting the European ban imposed on Libyan civil aviation.
The Deputy Minister of Justice and a member of the committee to follow up on judgments against Libyan frozen assets, Naziha Ashour, said that a Belgian court had issued a decision to arrest the head of the Libyan Investment Authority.
Libya’s Deputy Prime Minister Hussein al-Qatrani invited Turkey’s ambassador to Libya, Kenan Yılmaz, to visit the African country’s east.
Egypt plans to increase the capacity of its power grid interconnection with Libya to 2,000 MW, according to Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker.
The Sudanese Rapid Support Forces (RSF) thwarted Sunday an attempt to smuggle quantities of ammunition on the border with Libya, which was on its way to Sudan, including about 3,638 rounds of machine guns and 357 DShK ammunition.
Al-Araby Al-Jadeed website reported Egyptian sources tackling the situation in Libya as saying that there are positive signs that could lead to progress despite delayed elections, saying the Egyptian decision-making officials are conducting positive movements toward Libya.
UNSC Sanctions Committee confirms ‘‘preserving the integrity and value of Libyan frozen assets meant for the benefit of the Libyan people’’
The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) reaffirmed that the UN Security Council Sanctions Committee had re-emphasised that that it is ‘‘preserving the integrity and value of Libyan frozen assets meant for the benefit of the Libyan people.’’