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 »

Tunisia, Japan, Ukraine stress reinforcing parliamentary ties with Iran

07/07/2020 – President of the Assembly of the Representatives of the People of Tunisia Rached Ghannouchi said strengthening brotherly ties between Iran and Tunisia will result in boosting cooperation in line with both countries’ interests. Continuer à lire … « Tunisia, Japan, Ukraine stress reinforcing parliamentary ties with Iran »

Libya, UK sign MoU to strengthen governance and decentralization

07/07/2020 – The Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) signed Tuesday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to strengthen decentralization and sub-national governance with the United Kingdom’s government. Continuer à lire … « Libya, UK sign MoU to strengthen governance and decentralization »

NATO’s limits exposed by Turkey-France spat over Libya war

06/07/2020 – A simmering spat between Turkey and France over the Libyan conflict is exposing NATO’s limited ability to maintain order and cooperation in its ranks, Associated Press reported on Sunday. Continuer à lire … « NATO’s limits exposed by Turkey-France spat over Libya war »

Turkey and Iran work together on Iraq and Libya, is Israel next? (Opinion/Seth J. Frantzman)

05/07/2020 – Iran and Turkey are increasingly coordinating policies across the Middle East as they work together on several issues. Their relationship has grown as both oppose the US role in Syria, and they have other common interests, such as trade to get around US sanctions and to fight Kurdish dissident groups. In general, this is a partly cynical policy of trade-offs, but there is also unity in their support for Hamas and also their antipathy toward Israel, which may bring Tehran and Ankara increasingly close on issues across the Middle East, from Yemen to Syria. Continuer à lire … « Turkey and Iran work together on Iraq and Libya, is Israel next? (Opinion/Seth J. Frantzman) »

Russia restores operation of embassy in Libya. The Russian mission in the country was evacuated in 2013 following an attack.

05/07/2020 – Russia made a decision to restore operation of its embassy in Libya, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Friday during his meeting with Speaker of the House of Representatives of Libya Aguila Saleh. Continuer à lire … « Russia restores operation of embassy in Libya. The Russian mission in the country was evacuated in 2013 following an attack. »

Greek FM Dendias discusses “delimitation of maritime zones” with Libya

01/07/2020 – Greece discussed on the delimitation of maritime zones Libya, Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias revealed on Wednesday after meeting with Aquila Saleh, the President of the Libyan House of Representatives, in Tobruk. Continuer à lire … « Greek FM Dendias discusses “delimitation of maritime zones” with Libya »

Tunisian-Greek discussions on security developments in Libya

30/06/2020 – Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Noureddine El-Rai, discussed, Monday, with his Greek counterpart, « Nikos Dundias, » the developments of security and military situations in Libya. The media office of the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that during the meeting held in Tunis, the two sides exchanged views on the situation in the region, especially the Libyan crisis and its repercussions on neighboring countries. The two ministers affirmed the support of Tunisia and Greece for a peaceful Libyan-Libyan consensual solution, and adherence to international legitimacy and relevant UN resolutions to ensure the unity of Libya, security and prosperity of its people.

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Niger’s President Issoufou discusses GERD with Egyptian foreign minister, says international law norms are important (20/03)

23/03/2020 – Niger’s President Mahamadou Issoufou stressed the importance of “respecting the norms of international law” during talks with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry on the disputed Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, as Cairo and Addis Ababa remain in a tug-of-war of accusations over the dam. Continuer à lire … « Niger’s President Issoufou discusses GERD with Egyptian foreign minister, says international law norms are important (20/03) »

Morocco to Open Consulate in Toronto, Canada

26/01/2020 – Morocco’s Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita announced Morocco’s decision to open a consulate in Toronto, Canada

The opening of the new consulate is part of a plan to improve consular services for the Moroccan community in the North American city, the FM said on Friday. Continuer à lire … « Morocco to Open Consulate in Toronto, Canada »