The Libyan Prime Minister, Fathi Bashagha, revealed Monday that he would hold “fruitful and constructive meetings with friendly and brotherly countries” to present his plan that focuses on “achieving stability, peace and prosperity for Libya and its people.”
Libya’s Khalifa Haftar faces a fresh US lawsuit from the Libyan-American Alliance (LAA), accusing the Gaddafi-era general of deliberately bombing a military college in the capital of Tripoli in January 2020.
On 5 September, journalists John Lechner and S. Asher published an article entitled ‘Inside the Bloody Business of Turkey’s Syrian Mercenaries’ for The National Interest. In the article, they explain how following General Khalifa Haftar’s offensive against the Government of National Accord (GNA) in 2019, the GNA requested Turkish military …
Egypt’s foreign minister withdrew Tuesday from an Arab League session chaired by the chief diplomat of one of Libya’s two rival governments. The move was an apparent protest against her representing Libya at the pan-Arab summit. Egypt supports her administration’s rival.
Commenting on withdrawal from Arab League session, Egypt says Dabaiba government’s legitimate mandate had expired
Egyptian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that its withdrawal from the Arab League session came after the Foreign Minister of the Libyan outgoing government, Najla Mangoush, assumed the presidency of the session.
The Libyan Government led by Fathi Bashagha has issued a statement rejecting presidency of the 158th session of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level by the outgoing government of Abdul Hamid Dabaiba.
The United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres announced yesterday the appointment of Abdoulaye Bathily of Senegal as his Special Representative for Libya and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).
Peace and Conflict Resolution Evident Platform (PeaceRep) recently released a report entitled ‘Fragmentation of Peacemaking in Libya: Reality and Perception’ authored by Jalel Harchaoui, Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), and Bernardo Mariani, Peace and Conflict Resolution Consultant at PeaceRep.
The U.N. Independent Fact-Finding Mission on Libya announced on Monday that is monitoring the unfolding situation in the country’s capital and compiling evidence of human rights violations, few days after clashes erupted between armed groups causing the death of 32 people with 159 injured.
Libya’s envoy to the UN, Taher Al-Sunni, told the UN Security Council and media in New York that the Tripoli-based Libyan government, headed by Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, rejected the UN proposal to appoint Senegalese diplomat Abdoulaye Bitali as the new UNSMIL mission head.