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Foreign Ministry summons Chargé d’Affairs of Egyptian embassy over ill-treatment of Libyans at crossing point

The Foreign Ministry has summoned the Chargé d’Affairs of the Egyptian Embassy to Libya, Tamer Mustafa, to inform him of the ministry’s dissatisfaction with the ill-treatment that the Libyan citizens receive during their entry and exit from Egypt.

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HoR Speaker, HCS Head accept UN invitation to meet in Geneva on June 28-29

UN Special Advisor on Libya, Stephanie Williams, has confirmed that House of Representatives (HoR) Speaker and High Council of State (HCS) Head had accepted her invitation to meet at UN Office in Geneva on 28-29 June to discuss constitutional framework for Libya elections.

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UN “disappointed” by Libyan parties’ failure to agree on elections framework

The United Nations has expressed disappointed after Libya’s House of Representative and High Council of State failed to reach an agreement on constitutional basis for holding national elections in the country.

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Libyan Local Governance Forum with international partners launched

The Libyan Local Governance Forum was launched last Friday for two days to meet international partners. The event was launched by Minister of Local Government, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for International Cooperation, the Chair of the Sustainable Development Committee in the Libyan House of Representatives, several …

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How Europe is offshoring its refugee responsibilities

Last week, the UK took a collective sigh of relief when the flight removing asylum seekers for offshore detention in Rwanda didn’t take off. The morning after, pundits began commenting that the scheme was built to fail, and in fact its sole purpose was distracting from concerns surrounding the legitimacy …

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Lavrov: Wagner in Libya for commercial reasons upon Tobruk authorities’ request

The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, has said that the presence of Wagner Group mercenaries in Libya is “on a commercial basis,” saying the private security company was invited by the authorities in Tobruk – referring to the House of Representatives.

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