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Libya to establish comprehensive partnership with Egypt to benefit from latter’s experiences in restoring security, stability, reforms, says Libyan official
Egypt seeks to reopen its embassy in Libyan capital of Tripoli, consulate in Benghazi, says the Egyptian Foreign Minister
Libyan parliament will not grant confidence to government that legitimises Al-Sarraj’s violations: Abdel Hakim Maatouk
Principles of Cairo Declaration have contributed to ending political divisions in Libya: Al-Menfi
Three-day meeting is held under sponsorship of United Nations
Libyan interim government’s appointment marks ‘step in right direction’ to solving crisis, says Egyptian President
Al-Menfi named head of Libya’s Presidential Council, and Dbeiba becomes Prime Minister
Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, which will ends on 5 February, is expected to elect temporary executive authority from 45 officials
New, reformed Presidency Council must be formed along with unified government before December elections
Candidates include Parliament Speaker Aguila Saleh and GNA’s Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha
Country supports every attempt to support Libya’s stability, says Minister Shoukry
Participants also agree to resume discussions in Egyptian Red Sea town of Hurghada on 9-11 February
Two delegations from the Libyan House of Representatives, High Council of State tackle constitutional path of coming period
A political dialogue, arranged by the United Nations (UN) and involving Libya’s clashing factions, has made progress towards a transitional government to oversee the run-up to December’s elections, the organisation said on Saturday. Participants in the Geneva talks have agreed on a mechanism for choosing the new government, whose formation has been the subject of …
Talks to resolve crisis in Libya have seen progress toward possible resolution
GNA Ministry of Defence has reportedly denied any coordination with the Ministry of Interior, as well as any knowledge of the campaign, Nova wrote.
Delegation of Libyan MPs allegedly meets Turkish officials in Ankara over armed factions in Libyan capital, according to media reports
The United Nations (UN) is looking to bring in monitors to oversee Libya’s fragile ceasefire that was agreed between rival parties in October, and which has been widely flouted over recent weeks. In a letter to Security Council members, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for the “setting up of a monitoring group that would include …
For first time in six years, an Egyptian delegation headed by Undersecretary of the General Intelligence Service Ayman Badie visited Libyan capital Tripoli
An Egyptian delegation, on Sunday, visited the Libyan capital of Tripoli to discuss the activation of the 5+5 Libyan Joint Military Commission talks.
At the conclusion of its visit to Cairo, the southern Libyan delegation has praised Egypt’s tireless efforts to support and encourage unity in Libya, and restore its sovereignty, security, and stability.
Turkey’s parliament authorises 18-month extension of its troop deployment in Libya
Visit aims to discuss efforts to support stability in Libya, combat foreign interference that aim to undermine unity and integrity of Libyan territories
Head of Egypt’s General Intelligence Service stressed Egyptian support to 5+5 joint military commission talks’ outcomes,
UN-led peace efforts
In early December, the acting UN Envoy to Libya said about 20,000 foreign, mercenary forces were still in Libya
LAAF has ordered all units to “be on a high degree of caution, and avoid to be drawn into provocations that could lead to a military escalation”
Government forces defeat attackers, no casualties reported
The talks, which will take place from 10-13 November, aim to “advance the implementation of the Ceasefire Agreement signed in Geneva on 23 October, and to build on the progress achieved last week in Ghadames,” the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said.
Participants will initiate discussions on the implementation of the ceasefire agreement, among other topics, says UNSMIL
The talks have also set out to achieve a complete and permanent ceasefire in the war-torn country.