2019/03/07 – Ahmed Abdulaziz Kattan, Minister of States for African Affairs chaired here today the meeting of Arab Ministerial Committee to Counter Israeli Activities in Africa.
The meeting was held on the sideline of the 151 regular session of the League of Arab States’ Council at foreign ministers level to be held later today.
The committee is chaired by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with member states of Sudan, Libya, Lebanon, Palestine in addition to Dr. Ahmed Aboul Gheit, the Secretary General of the League of Arab States.
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During his meeting with Mayors of Libya’s western region yesterday, Presidency Council and Government of National Accord head, Faiez Serraj, confirmed the following points agreed upon at the Abu Dhabi meeting with Libyan National Army (LNA) Commander Khalifa Hafter: Continuer à lire … « Libya/UAE – Serraj reveals more details of Abu Dhabi Hafter agreement »
2019/03/07 – Trudeau is accused of pressuring his attorney general to interfere in criminal case of a company over possible political concerns.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is embroiled in a major political scandal that’s already tarnished his progressive image and could derail his premiership ahead of the October federal election. Continuer à lire … « Libya – The major scandal engulfing Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, explained »
2019/02/25 – Israel has “potential” diplomatic relations with Mali and Niger — two Muslim countries in Africa — according to a map Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu showed American-Jewish leaders this week.
Israeli officials have long acknowledged their goal to restore formal ties with Mali, though never publicly referred to the status quo of relations in this way. Continuer à lire … « Israel/Mali/Niger – Map shown by PM shows Israel having ‘potential’ relations with Mali, Niger »
2019/18/02 – Chairman of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj expressed his hope to stop all negative foreign interventions that derail the transmission to democracy.
Al-Sarraj said during his meeting with French Defense Minister Florence Parly that the solution to the current crisis lies in holding elections on a sound constitutional groundwork that imposes a resolution upon disputing parties.
For her part, the French minister emphasized her country’s keenness to achieve stability in Libya, pointing out that France will provide the Libyan Coast Guard with six equipped boats, by June next year.
The Libyan Observer
2019/10/02 – Niger is not Nigeria. The two countries may be neighbours with ethnic affinity but they are two different countries with two different governments and two different heads of governments. Last week Thursday, two State Governors from Niger Republic, Mr. Issa Moussa of Zinder and Mr. Zakiri Umar of Maradi State came with a multitude into Kano, a town in Nigeria, dressed in the regalia of the APC, Nigeria’s ruling party to campaign for President Muhammadu Buhari, the APC presidential flagbearer. Continuer à lire … « Niger’s interference (Opinion) »
2019/06/02 – Minister won’t address reports, but recent visit to north African nation by top Jewish Republicans adds fuel to speculation.
Morocco’s communications minister has refused to comment over the weekend on reports that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking to arrange a state visit to Morocco just before Israelis go to the polls in April 9 elections Continuer à lire … « Morocco silent amid rumors of Netanyahu visit next month »