What do we think about when we hear the term ‘mercenaries’? For the president of Mozambique, the word has only one meaning – control – and he is willing to pay handsomely for it.
The Head of the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord, Fayez Al-Sarraj, has asked for UN technical support and security arrangements for the December general elections and to coordinate with the High National Elections Commission to oversee the electoral process.
The US Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, has confirmed that his country will continue to cooperate with the European Union Border Assistance Mission (EUBAM) in Libya and its work in supporting Libyan law enforcement, criminal justice, and border management.
The former acting envoy of the United Nations to Libya, Stephanie Williams, told The Washington Post that Libyans are exhausted and want to reclaim their sovereignty, which has been completely shredded and violated.
The Head of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, is receiving treatment in an Italian hospital in Rome after undergoing an operation that took hours, according to the Italian Nova news agency.
Fifteen days away from the tenth anniversary of Obama’s declaration of emergency on Libya, current US president Joe Biden moved to extend the state of national emergency in Libya by another year.
The Spokesperson for Khalifa Haftar’s forces Major General Ahmed Al-Mismari reiterated that Turkish interference in Libyan affairs threatens any agreements between opposing parties in Libya.
The outcome of the UN-sponsored vote on new interim authorities in conflict-torn Libya seems to preclude any discussion of clear winners and losers, and anyone who believes that it fully safeguards Turkey’s interests might be making a premature conclusion.
On Feb. 5, members of the UN-led Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) voted on interim leadership for its executive council, selecting Mohammad Younes Menfi as chairman of the Presidency Council and Abdul Hamid Mohammed Dbeibah as interim prime minister. The outcome of the vote by the 74-member forum came as …
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) stated that mercenaries meant to be departing Libya as stipulated the ceasefire agreement signed in Libya are merely being replaced by other fighters on the ground.