On 17, November, a plane carrying Greece’s Foreign Minister, Nikos Dendias, landed in Mitiga International Airport, in Tripoli, but the visitor refused to disembark once he was told that his counterpart, Najla Al-Mangoush, was waiting to welcome him. Instead, he decided to leave Tripoli and head for Benghazi, Eastern Libya. …
High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell has said the situation in Libya is discouraging in light of no indication of any possible agreement on elections any time soon.
Libya’s House of Representatives announced on Tuesday that it rejects the reopening of the case of 1988 Lockerbie bombing, and threatened to put on trial on charges of “higher treason” any Libyan who helps in reviving the case.
Cross-border cooperation conference between Libya and the Sahel countries to combat organized crime and human trafficking will be held in Tunisia on November 22-23.
Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Antonio Tajani, said that it is possible to provide Italian police patrol boats to the Libyan Coast Guard to help them stop smugglers.
The Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said on Saturday that they are working to maintain and strengthen their relations in eastern Libya as well with the House of Representatives (HoR) to strengthen Greece’s positions in rejection of the agreement signed with Turkey and to prevent its expansion contracts.
A diplomatic spat erupted between Libya and Greece yesterday after Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias refused to get off his plane at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport. The diplomatic incident led to Libya recalling its ambassador to Greece and summoning the Greek Charge d’Affaires in Tripoli to make a formal protest to …
For the past few years, Turkey has made a record number of arms sales to several African countries interested in acquiring its domestically produced military hardware, including armed drones, attack helicopters, and turboprop aircraft.
The Brookings Institution released a report by Stephanie T. Williams, nonresident fellow and former who recently served as special adviser on Libya to the United Nations secretary-general, entitled ‘Two years from the ceasefire agreement, Libya still matters’.
The Foreign Ministry has deplored the Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias’s action, who refused to get off his plane after landing at the Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli Thursday morning.