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Libya’s GNU reminds all state military institutions to work under

The spokesman for the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU), Mohammed Hammouda, said they remind all state military institutions of the need to work under the Presidential Council as the Commander-in-Chief of the Libyan Army, reiterating that GNU was working on unifying the military institutions.

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PC bans military leaders from traveling abroad without permission

The Presidential Council, in its capacity as the Supreme Commander of the Army, has issued an order prohibiting officers occupying leadership positions in the army from traveling abroad only with prior permission from the Supreme Commander, regardless of the reasons of the trip.

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Libya’s struggle over army chief post: Will Haftar take over or force the appointment of his men?

The task to unify the Libyan army and integrate all the battalions under one command has become the most serious and controversial issue for discussion in light of ongoing efforts to settle the Libyan crisis, amid attempts by the renegade General Khalifa Haftar to impose a loyal candidate.

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UNSMIL and Security Working Group for Libya reiterate full support to the Joint Military Commission and the full implementation of the ceasefire agreement

The co-chairs of the Security Working Group (SWG) for  Libya, represented by the African Union, France, Italy, Turkey, and the United Kingdom and the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) held on Wednesday January 6th, a virtual meeting to discuss the security situation in Libya and ways to support …

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Conflicts, Pandemics and Peacebuilding: New Perspectives on Security Sector Reform in the MENA Region

The Covid-19 pandemic is not only a health challenge. In the MENA region, against the backdrop of protracted conflicts, instability, and an overall deterioration in socio-economic conditions, the coronavirus crisis adds another layer of vulnerability and has already had long-lasting repercussions on human security across the region.

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Backup forces of Libyan Army demand legitimate status under National Guard

The backup forces and brigades of revolutionary fighters, who took part in Volcano of Rage Operation, loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA) urged the House of Representatives and High Council of State in Tripoli to activate the formation of National Guard, which was agreed on in 2015, as …

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