Turkey’s Armed Forces are providing the Libyan Navy with five weeks of training in underwater warfare, Anadolu Agency reported Turkish defence officials saying on Sunday.
Turkey has started providing military training to 120 Libyan soldiers, Defense Ministry announced Monday.
The Ministry of Defence of the internationally recognized Libyan government announced yesterday the opening of enrolment for those wishing to join its armed forces.
The Charge D’Affairs in the Hungarian Embassy in Libya expressed his country’s readiness to provide its expertise and technology to the security services of the Ministry of Interior and to contribute to the development of the ministry.
Libyan forces of the Government of National Accord (GNA) announced that 190 students from Tripoli Military College, which was bombed by the forces of renegade General Khalifa Haftar early this year, left the country to complete their studies in Turkey.
The only NGO running migrant rescue operations in the Mediterranean amid the coronavirus pandemic was striving to find a safe port on Tuesday after it saved 150 people off the Libyan coast.
Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar has been secretly meeting with Israeli intelligence officials, resulting in the Israeli military training militias loyal to Haftar in “street warfare”, Libyan and Egyptian sources have revealed to The New Arab’s Arabic-language service.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM), with technical support from the International Detention Coalition (IDC), ran a workshop, Practices and Procedures of Alternatives to Detention in Libya, last week in Tripoli.
Three recently rehabilitated police training facilities in Tripoli were inaugurated today to train 1,800 officers. The rehabilitated facilities – the Police Technical School, the Judicial Police Training Institute and the Police College – will house training for Libyan police and judicial police officers.
The Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, said they are ready to train Libyan military forces. Stoltenberg said in a presser after a meeting for NATO defense ministers in Brussels that the alliance wouldn’t reject training Libyan forces and is ready to help the country rebuild its security and military …