02/01/2020 – The Arab League called has called for prevention against foreign interference in war-torn Libya following military and maritime agreements signed by Turkey and Libya’s internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA), al-Arabiya reported on Wednesday. Continuer à lire … « Arab League calls for foreign interference prevention in Libya after Turkey accords »
13/10/2019 – Libya’s Foreign Ministry of the Government of National Accord said Saturday it refuses to reduce diplomatic representation and cooperation with Turkey. Continuer à lire … « Libya rejects Arab League’s proposal to reduce diplomatic cooperation with Turkey »
11/10/2019 – The Libyan National Army led by Khalifa Haftar has expressed fears that Turkey, which has launched an offensive on Kurds in northeast Syria, would transfer thousands of terrorists to Libya. Continuer à lire … « Libya – LNA Fears Turkey Would Send Terrorists to Libya »
2019/02/25 – Arab League Secretary-General, Ahmed Abo El Gheit said that the situation in Libya is highly complex, attributing blame to the external interventions and the desire of internal and external parties to perpetuate the conflict.
Abo El Gheit emphasized in a statement on the sidelines of the Arab-European summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, the importance of the Quartet efforts, composed of the Arab League, the African Union, the European Union, and the United Nations, which is preparing to hold a meeting on the sidelines of the Arab summit in Tunisia, during March.
The Libyan Observer
Sahel-Elite |Photo: Arab League Secretary-General, Ahmed Abo El Gheit (Getty Images)
2019/02/01 – Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz is reportedly going to pay an official visit to Syria early this year amid promising signs that the incumbent Damascus government led by President Bashar al-Assad is being admitted back into the Arab world. Continuer à lire … « Mauritania/Syria : Mauritanian President Abdel Aziz next Arab leader in line to visit Damascus »
2018/11/12 – Foreign and defence ministers of Libya’s neighbouring countries will hold a meeting in the Nigerian capital Niamey next Friday, to discuss the security of common borders.
According to sources, the meeting will consider the joint agreement on securing borders, signed last May, between Sudan, Libya, Niger, and Chad, as well as combating organized and transnational crime in the Sahel.
The Sudanese capital, Khartoum has hosted last week, a ministerial meeting of Libyan neighbours, attended by UN envoy to Libya Ghassan Salame, and with the participation of the Arab League, the European Union, and the African Union, as well as France and Italy.
Libya Observer / Sahel-Elite Photo: Ghassan Salame, the UN secretary general’s special representative for Libya (AFP)