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Al-Giblawi: The International Criminal Court has agreed to document crimes of Haftar

The Spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Muhammed Al-Giblawi, said on Tuesday, that the International Criminal Court accepted the request put forward by the Head of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayal Al-Sarraj, to send a specialized team to investigate and gather data on crimes committed by Haftar militias in …

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Libyan Foreign Ministry to document finding foreign fighter’s body in south Tripoli with Security Council

The Libyan Foreign Ministry of the Government of National Accord (GNA) said in a statement on Saturday that it would document the finding of a foreign fighter’s body by Libyan Army forces in southern Tripoli frontline of Salah Al-Deen in coordination with the concerned authorities.

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Libya: We will provide evidence of UAE’s involvement in killing of our people

Spokesman for the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Muhammad Al-Qiblawi, announced yesterday that the internationally backed Government of National Accord (GNA) will provide evidence of the UAE’s involvement in the killing of Libyans and its violation of international resolutions.

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Foreign Ministry complains about UNSMIL’s attribution of Tripoli strikes to “unknown parties”

The Libyan Foreign Ministry has summoned the Humanitarian Coordinator of the UNSMIL Yacoub El Hillo and complained about the UNSMIL statements that attribute attacks and shelling on Tripoli to “unknown parties”.

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Sayala to SC: Condemnation of Haftar and his loyalists is your historical responsibility

The Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs has addressed the Security Council (SC) demanding that it face its responsibilities in maintaining international peace and security, and to condemn Haftar’s glaring illegal attack on Tripoli.

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Libya’s Foreign Ministry urges international community to end Haftar’s attacks on civilians

Libya on Tuesday urged the UN Security Council to take a stand against rocket attacks by warlord Khalifa Haftar’s forces that struck dangerously close to the Turkish and Italian foreign missions in Tripoli. 

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Libya’s internationally recognized government rejects blatant interference in its internal affairs by France, Greece, Egypt, UAE and Cyprus joint statement

Libya’s internationally recognized government based in Tripoli, through a statement by its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, today rejected the joint statement by France, Greece, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Cyprus on the Libyan-Turkish Maritime Memorandum of Understanding.

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