Libya – Serraj determined to progress with “security arrangements”

2019/01/10 – Mohamed El-Sallak, the spokesperson for Faiez Serraj, the head of the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord, conveyed the assurance of Serraj to move forward on steps to enhance Libya’s security and stability.

During the weekly press conference held at the Media Center of the Prime Minister’s Office yesterday, Sallak explained that security and stability comes through the completion of the so-called “Security Arrangements” Continuer à lire … « Libya – Serraj determined to progress with “security arrangements” »

Libya’s divisions

2018/09/15  – Libya is set to miss a mid-September deadline to fix a framework for elections in December, part of a U.N.-led effort to reunify and stabilize a country that splintered after the Nato-backed uprising which overthrew Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

The capital has been shaken by heavy clashes and a militant attack on the headquarters of state oil firm NOC, casting new doubt on the election plan. Continuer à lire … « Libya’s divisions »

Libye – Le gouvernement libyen affirme être prêt à se coordonner avec toutes les parties pour sécuriser le sud du pays

2018/05/25 – Le porte-parole du gouvernement libyen, soutenu par les Nations Unies, Mohamed Al-Sallak, a déclaré lundi que le gouvernement était prêt à se coordonner avec toutes les parties militaires pour sécuriser le sud du pays, en proie aux troubles. Continuer à lire … « Libye – Le gouvernement libyen affirme être prêt à se coordonner avec toutes les parties pour sécuriser le sud du pays »

Niger – Fayez al-Sarraj confirme sa volonté de récupérer les capitaux prêtés par Kadhafi, y compris au Niger

2018/05/03 – Le Chef du gouvernement d’Union Nationale de Libye, Fayez al-Sarraj (photo), estime à 67 milliards de dollars les capitaux prêtés par Kadhafi à plusieurs pays africains et arabes, dont une large part à l’Afrique du Sud, la Tanzanie, la Zambie, la Côte d’Ivoire, le Niger et l’Ouganda. Continuer à lire … « Niger – Fayez al-Sarraj confirme sa volonté de récupérer les capitaux prêtés par Kadhafi, y compris au Niger »

Can Libya Survive Without Haftar?

2018/04/16 – Libya was thrown into further flux this past week amid reports of the death of Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar. His exact condition remains unclear; Haftar was reportedly hospitalized in Jordan after suffering a stroke before falling into a coma after his transfer to a hospital in France. Other sources reported that eastern strongman passed away while in Paris. Reports of his death, while unconfirmed, will significantly impact the calculus of Libya’s major players, both domestically and regionally. Haftar’s death could serve as an opportunity to revive political dialogue, but it could also trigger an escalated conflict between Libya’s competing factions that would further fragment the country.   Continuer à lire … « Can Libya Survive Without Haftar? »

Libya – Geographic area of anti-terror operations is free from terrorists: Serraj spokesperson

2018/04/09 – Reporting on the ongoing Nation’s Storm anti-terror operations, the official spokesperson for Presidency Council head Faiez Serraj, Mohamed El-Sallak said that the operation was continuing in its eight-consecutive day. Continuer à lire … « Libya – Geographic area of anti-terror operations is free from terrorists: Serraj spokesperson »

Libya : French foreign minister tells Libya’s factions to respect U.N. talks

21/12/17-  France told the leaders of Libya’s rival factions there was no alternative to U.N. talks to stabilise the oil producer and prepare for elections in 2018, French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Thursday. Continuer à lire … « Libya : French foreign minister tells Libya’s factions to respect U.N. talks »