Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh and a delegation of ministers will make their first visit to Turkey on Monday since taking office last month, the Turkish presidency has said.
The Turkish Ministry of Defence announced today the continued training of Libyan Navy elements in “underwater defence,” under an agreement between the two countries.
LPDF Legal Committee concludes a three-day meeting and agrees on a proposal for a constitutional basis to be submitted to LPDF
The Legal Committee of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LDPF) concluded today a three-day in-person meeting, which took place in Tunisia from 7 to 9 April to finalise the discussions on a constitutional basis for the national elections set for 24 December 2021.
Greece called on Libya this week to cancel a 2019 Libyan-Turkish agreement delineating maritime boundaries, which was met with outrage in Athens, while Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah expressed willingness to negotiate on the issue.
On 29 March, the French Embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, was reopened after seven years of closure. The new embassy relocated from the upscale Al-Andalus neighbourhood, west of Tripoli, to a new building near the city centre, where security is relatively better. The old building was attacked by a …
The Italian Defense Minister, Lorenzo Guerini, said Libya’s ceasefire is fragile and threatened by foreign mercenaries and militias despite the developments achieved on the political level and the endorsement of the Government of National Unity that is now governing all of the country.
LPDF Legal Committee meets to try to break impasse in establishing legal basis for 24 December elections
The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum’s (LPDF) Legal Committee met yesterday in an effort to break impasse in establishing a legal basis for the planned 24 December 2021 elections.
The United Arab Emirates has pledged support for the new unity government in Tripoli formed after UN-sponsored peace talks, despite its previous backing for Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar.
US President Joe Biden’s administration is set to formulate a new strategy in Libya that differs from the one implemented by former President Donald Trump. Biden hopes to revise the vague and ambiguous discourse adopted by Trump regarding the ambition of retired General Khalifa Haftar to rule the country.
Former Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte justified his meeting with Khalifa Haftar last year in Benghazi by saying it was the only way to free the 18 Italian fishermen after protracted negotiations.