Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah Thani is set to visit Moscow soon, probably next week, Russia’s ambassador to Tripoli said Thursday.
Italy, Egypt, Algeria agree on supporting UN diplomatic efforts in Libya
Italy, Egypt and Algeria have agreed on widespread help to the UN-led efforts to succeed in a Libyan reconciliation and to counter the rising terrorism menace within the conflict-torn Arab and north African nation.In a joint press convention with the Egyptian counterpart and Algerian Minister for Maghreb and African Affairs, …
Sudan calls for immediate release of its consul in Libya
Sudan yesterday summoned Libya’s ambassador to Khartoum to demand the “unconditional release” of the Sudanese consul in Libya Abdel-Halim Omar.
After Misrata, now GNC back peddles on Skhirat Dialogue
Following fast on the heels of Monday’s warning from Misrata Municipal Council that it could withdraw from the UN-brokered dialogue because of what it claimed was the “other side’s” lack of commitment to it, the GNC is now making the same threat. In Tripoli, Mohamed Emazab, one of the four …
HoR appoints committee to study UN Dialogue proposals
The House of Representatives (HoR) has appointed 19 of its members to evaluate the interim political roadmap drawn up by delegates to the UN-brokered Dialogue process in Skhirat a fortnight ago. It has been instructed to submit its recommendations to the whole House next Monday for it to vote on.
Israeli Jet Struck Weapons Depots in Libya
According to Omani newspaper Al-Watan, the depot that contained the weapons that were inside them had allegedly been purchased by Iran, by means of weapons dealers in Sudan and Chad, and were supposed to be smuggled to Hamas through Egypt, by means of the smuggling tunnels between Sinai ands Gaza.
Signs of hope in Libya
Over recent weeks, the United Nations special representative in Libya, Bernardino Leon, has been patiently trying to bring the country’s feuding politicians together.
Libya crises is a security and legitimacy crises – not a political crises: Thinni
Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah Thinni has a different analysis of the Libyan situation to that of the international community.
Egypt pushes for Arab intervention in Libya
Egypt is trying to build Arab support for a Yemen-like military intervention in Libya to prop up the government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Theni.
Libya: UN mission welcomes ceasefire, withdrawal of forces in Sidra Oil Crescent region
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) has today welcomed the ceasefire and the withdrawal of forces from the Sidra Oil Crescent area, a move which follows weeks of mediation efforts between parties.