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Sayala accuses “countries” of destabilizing Eastern Mediterranean for “revenge”

The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohammed Sayala said Monday there are some countries that are fueling conflicts in Eastern Mediterranean for “revenge”, warning of “confrontation and clashes” and hailing Turkey’s proposal to hold an international conference on the region’s issues.

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El Sonni urges Europe to support Libyan dialogues instead of “destructive competition”

The Libyan ambassador to the United Nations Taher El Sonni called on the European Union (EU) to unify their efforts in support of the ongoing Libyan dialogues away from “destructive competition that has been ongoing for years.”

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Audit Bureau reveals embezzlement at Rome and Vatican Libyan embassies

The Tripoli-based Libyan Audit Bureau announced Wednesday that it had discovered embezzlement and appropriation of public funds in the Libyan embassies in Rome and the Vatican. It said that the crimes involved officials of the embassies.

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Foreign Minister concerned about African Union’s sanctions on Libya

The Foreign Minister of the Libyan Government of National Accord Mohammed Sayala has expressed concern over the African Union Commission’s memorandum that says it will slap sanctions on Libya as it didn’t pay the contribution funds of 2020 before the end of last September.

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Libya: ‘We will communicate with Greece and Malta to negotiate maritime borders demarcation’

The Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Siala announced on Friday that his country will communicate with Greece and Malta to negotiate the demarcation of maritime borders, in a way that does not harm Libya’s interests.

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