Mali Lithium operations unaffected by political instability in Mali

26/08/2020 – Mali Lithium Limited is continuing normal operations with the ongoing political instability in the West African country having no adverse impact.

It appears to be business as usual for the mining sector in Mali after a military coup ousted the President last week with no reported impact on operations or security at operating mines. Continuer à lire … « Mali Lithium operations unaffected by political instability in Mali »

Turkey set to receive $35 billion in Libya contracts

By Zülfikar Doğan

20/08/2020 – Following a maritime and military agreement signed in November, Turkey and Libya’s United Nations-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) inked another deal on August 13 that effectively opens up the oil-rich North African country’s market to Turkish contractors.

The deal, signed by Turkish Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan and the GNA’s Planning Minister Al-Taher Al-Juhaimi, both resolves ongoing issues between Turkish firms and Libyan employers and paves the way for new investments and projects, inviting Turkish contracting firms to take on projects in the country. Continuer à lire … « Turkey set to receive $35 billion in Libya contracts »

Amari Zayed Discusses with the Turkish Ambassador to Libya the Return of Turkish Companies to Complete Their Projects

11/08/2020 – Member of the Presidential Council, Dr. Muhammad Amari Zayed, met the Turkish Ambassador to Libya, Mr. Serhat Aksen today, to discuss bilateral relations between the two friendly countries. During the meeting held at the Cabinet Office in Tripoli, Dr. Amari discussed the military situation in Sirte and Al-Jufrah, the political process and joint projects between Libya and Turkey, affirming that the Government of National Accord will continue its plan to extend its influence over all of the Libyan soil. He pointed out that there are no two conflicting parties in Libya, but rather a legitimate government, which is the government of all Libyans without exception, attacked by the rebel « Haftar » and that he has no place in the political process and his place is in local and international courts. Dr. Ammari also emphasized that what links Libya and Turkey is a common future of work and construction for the benefit of the two countries and joint action to face all the challenges facing this partnership. In his turn, the Turkish ambassador affirmed Turkey’s firm position in its support for the Government of National Accord as the only legitimate government recognized internationally, which is Turkey’s position in all international forums, stressing that the war criminal and his supporters with his crimes in Tarhouna and others have no place at the dialogue table. The meeting also touched on the close return of Turkish companies to Libya once the Government of National Accord completes its agreement with the companies and the Turkish government, to complete projects in the sectors of education, transportation, and infrastructure.

BY LANA

Sahel-Elite (Bamako-Mali)

Nigerian govt signs deal for solid minerals transport in biggest industrial project

09/07/2020 – The Nigerian Government Wednesday said it had signed a deal with Sealink Promotional Company Limited for transportation of solid minerals on  waterways through the jetty landing port of Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited. Continuer à lire … « Nigerian govt signs deal for solid minerals transport in biggest industrial project »

Algeria’s Sonatrach signs MOU with Russia’s Lukoil

09/05/2020 – Sonatrach has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Russia’s Lukoil for talks on possible partnerships in production and exploration in the North African country, Algeria’s state energy firm said on Monday.The agreement includes discussions on joint investment abroad, Sonatrach said in a statement. Continuer à lire … « Algeria’s Sonatrach signs MOU with Russia’s Lukoil »

Afrique du Sud : A moyen terme, le coronavirus pourrait stimuler la demande mondiale d’hélium

01/05/2020 – Selon Renergen, un producteur sud-africain de gaz naturel liquéfié et d’hélium, le COVID-19 pourrait stimuler la demande d’hélium à moyen terme, car les hôpitaux font actuellement des stocks de matériels médicaux qui utilisent ce gaz. Les appareils d’IRM par exemple fonctionnent avec de l’hélium pour le refroidissement. Continuer à lire … « Afrique du Sud : A moyen terme, le coronavirus pourrait stimuler la demande mondiale d’hélium »

Council of Saudi Chambers to Organize Saudi-Mauritanian Business Meeting Next Sunday

02/01/2020- The Council of Saudi Chambers will organize the Saudi-Mauritanian Business Meeting which will be attended by Chairman of the Council of Saudi Chambers Dr. Sami bin Abdullah Al-Obeidi and President of the Mauritanian National Employers’ Union Mohamed Zain El-Abidine.
The meeting will address investment opportunities available in Mauritania.

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Sahe-Elite (Bamako-Mali)

Algerian-Libyan Economic Forum to be held in Algiers from 12-14 January 2020

29/12/2019 – The Algerian-Libyan Economic Forum will be held in the country’s capital Algiers from 12-14 January 2020.

Tripoli Chamber of Commerce reports that the event will address Algerian-Libyan cooperation in all economic fields and consolidate joint action and overcome all difficulties in economic cooperation between the two countries. Continuer à lire … « Algerian-Libyan Economic Forum to be held in Algiers from 12-14 January 2020 »

We Should Exempt Africa from the UK-Russia Geopolitical Confrontation

Their differences notwithstanding, the UK and Russia could cooperate in Africa.

Today, neither Russia nor the UK can claim a leadership role in Africa. London reached the peak of its influence there between the First and Second World Wars, when the British Empire had a large part of the continent under its direct control. Moscow’s heydays in Africa were the 1960s and 1970s, when the Soviet Union was the main overseas supporter of the continent’s national liberation movements. The odds are that in the 21st century, the destinies of African countries will depend more on the logic of the emerging global competition between the US and China than on any decisions taken in the Kremlin or Downing Street. Continuer à lire … « We Should Exempt Africa from the UK-Russia Geopolitical Confrontation »

EU Efforts to Support Private Sector in Libya

17/11/2019 – The EU has wounded up a 2 day workshop on assessment of capacity and laying down plans to promote the private sector in Libya. The project management said it aimed to put in place a work plan, and provide training opportunities for emerging small and medium size companies, to encourage their investments. The EU has launched, two week ago, a plan to support the private sector in Libya in collaboration with the Ministry of Planning and civil society organisations across the country, with the aim of building capacities and encouraging youth and women to contribute vigorously to the national economy. The EU-financed project is executed by France Experts Organisation.

LANA

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