Libya and Algeria agree to strengthen their bonds of cooperation in the transport sector.
United States ramps up Libyan engagement
The Biden administration just appointed its first special envoy for Libya. Ambassador Richard Norland, who has been the United States’ ambassador to the North African country since August 2019. He will now double as a special envoy.
Dbeibah, France’s Minister of Armed Forces discuss Libya’s border security
The Libyan Prime Minister and Defense Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, discussed with the French Minister of the Armed Forces, Florence Parly, Tuesday cooperation in border security in Libya’s south.
Germany, UN to host Libya conference
Germany and the United Nations plan to host a conference on Libya in Berlin on June 23, a gathering that aims to bring together powers with interests in the North African country and its transitional government.
Facebook: Libya is one of the most prominent victims of misinformation campaigns between 2017 and 2020.
According to a Facebook analysis, Moscow was the world’s top provider of false information and misleading data between 2017 and 2020, with the United States, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Libya, and Sudan being the most prominent victims.
Libya and Algeria sign economic cooperation agreement
The President of Libya’s General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture (GLUCC), Mohamed Al-Raeed, signed an economic cooperation agreement with the Director of the Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Wahiba Bahloul.
Dbeibah says GNU is working to activate 2008 agreement with Italy
The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah said he had agreed with the Italian government officials to resume work in joint committees to follow up on the 2008 agreement between Libya and Italy as it has a crucial role in achieving Mediterranean development and stability.
Human Rights Solidarity: Deal with EU to curb migrants’ flow doesn’t benefit Libya
The Libyan Human Rights Solidarity organization said the statement of the Foreign Ministry on an agreement with the European Union (EU) to curb the influx of illegal immigrants to Europe via Libyan shores wasn’t in the best interest of Libya.
High Council of State: The International community needs to wash its hands of Khalifa Haftar
Libya’s High Council of State issued a statement on Saturday in response to Haftar’s forces staging a military parade at the Benghazi base on the anniversary of Operation Dignity.
New report reveals predatory tactics in recruitment of Syrian mercenaries
A new study has shed light on the predatory, exploitative practices involved in the recruitment of Syrian mercenaries by foreign powers, including Turkey, Russia and Azerbaijan.