The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has said his government is ready to hold elections once the High National Elections Commission announces its readiness.
Rival Libya military leaders meet in Tripoli
Senior military figures from Libya’s rival eastern and western power bases have held an unprecedented meeting in the capital Tripoli, calling for a unified command over their troops on Tuesday.
Al-Nadhouir, Haddad and JMC members discuss finalising the path to unifying the military
The chief of staff of warlord Haftar’s forces, Abdul-Razaq Al-Nadhouri, arrived in Tripoli`s Mitiga Airport Monday morning. He was accompanied by Haftar`s representatives in the 5+5 Joint Military Committee (JMC).
Six bodies belonging to illegal migrants recovered from coastal area east of Tripoli
Authorities have recovered six bodies belonging to illegal immigrants from the coastal area of Qasr Al-Akhyar, some 75 km east of Tripoli, the General Directorate of the Coastal Security announced on Sunday.
Changing the NOC board was not a political deal with external states but an internal agreement: Aldabaiba
Speaking yesterday at the first meeting of the new National Oil Corporation (NOC) board of directors headed by Farhat Bengdara at the NOC’s Tripoli headquarters, incumbent caretaker Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba said changing the board was not a political deal with external states.
Oil production to revive across Libya, says new NOC chairman
Libya will resume oil production across the country with immediate effect, after factions appear to have united around a new chairman for the National Oil Corporation.
Calm restored in Libyan capital after night of heavy armed mobilization
Calm has been restored in Tripoli after a night of military mobilization coming from Al-Zawiya and Wershiffana following the sacking of the Chairman of National Oil Corporation (NOC) Mustafa Sanallah and replacing him with Farhat Bengdara.
Armed groups warns Fathi Bashagha not to Cross ‘Red Line’
Leaders of security and military factions in the western region have reiterated that Tripoli is “a red line,” vowing to confront any attempts to generate chaos within the area or seek to sow discord among security components in the capital, Tripoli .
Eni monitors gas flow from Libya after Tripoli government proposes 25% cut
Italian company Eni has taken note of the Libyan government’s proposal to reduce gas exports to the company by 25 percent, according to Italian news agency Nova.
Menfi’s brother calls allegations against him in HoR attack ‘politically motivated’
The brother of the Presidential Council’s (PC) Head Mohamed Menfi has denied the accusations brought against him by Parliament Speaker Aqilah Saleh concerning his role in the attack on the House of Representatives (HoR) HQ in Tobruk.