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Turkey asserts it will improve its cooperation with Libya
EETC is negotiating new 2,570MW renewable energy projects, says Mashaly
The debate arose after Al-Sisi stated that Libya’s UN-supported government is held hostage by “armed and terrorist militias”
The closed-door meeting, which was not on Erdogan’s official agenda, came days after he announced that Turkey is ready to send troops to Libya if asked, escalating the already tense situation in the Mediterranean region.
The mission decides to serve as representatives for Libyan House of Representatives and LAAF
“We may conclude agreements with Lebanon, Greece, or Egypt if our interests are matched,” says Turkish foreign minister
President Al-Sisi said that for Africa to enjoy peace and prosperity, the solution is to find radical answers to security challenges. He added that in order to achieve peace, states have to exercise sovereignty over its territories and to improve the abilities of its national institutions.
“The will of the brotherly Libyan people must be realised and acted on to meet their aspirations for the return of stability to the country,” says Al-Sisi
Ninety Libyan members arrived in Cairo to attend the second meeting with Egyptian counterparts
“Resuming the political path will lead to unifying the Libyan institutions and paving the road for legislative and parliamentary elections,” Aboul Gheit asserted, demanding both the conflicted parts in Libya to participate in the political discussions, backed by the UN for de-escalating the Libyan crisis.
A final verdict will be issued on 3 November
Air fighters destroyed several sites in Mitiga, Misrata airports: Al-Mesmari
The United States said it will not allow militants to use a conflict between eastern and western-based factions around the capital Tripoli to protect themselves.
“Seven LNA troops were killed and dozens were wounded in the fighting that took place on the roads leading to the airport in southern Tripoli,” said the LNA spokesperson Ahmed Al-Mismari.
In a statement, the US Africa Command (USAFRICOM) said that the air strike, which took place on Thursday, was coordinated with the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA).
The three captors, aged between 24 and 27, include two Egyptians and one Guinean man, have been accused of torture, kidnapping, and mistreating dozens of people.
Libya’s GNA launches several air raids in cities of Al-Jufra, Tarhuna
GNA accuses UAE of supporting “coup” against government
Five LNA’s personnel were wounded
LNA strikes targeted GNA’s patrol in Murzuk Desert
Egypt urged all Libyan parties to take a clear stance and be far away from terrorist and criminal groups, he said, condemning the recent suicide blast in Benghazi and expressing his condolences to the victims’ families.
LNA forces confirm strike late, denies targeting civilians
Number of Turkish military personnel injured in LNA’s airstrike in Misrata
The Ministry of Health condemned the airstrike, saying that such attacks on medical institutions violates all local and international laws and conventions.
Rescued migrants should not be sent to detention centres, says UNHCR spokesperson
The Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Enzo Moavero Milanesi, said that the fishing vessel was taken to the port of Misrata city, controlled by the GNA.
El Sharara oil field is located at the south-western Murzuq Desert.
The ongoing confrontation has threatened to destabilize Libya’s energy sector and exacerbated the tragedy of human migration in the Mediterranean.
The call comes in response to the airstrikes on the Tajoura Detention Centre, on July 3, according to the UN official site.
“This is another example of the suffering of migrants living in countries of crises”