Libya/UAE – Serraj reveals more details of Abu Dhabi Hafter agreement

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 »

Libya/France – PC’s head reviews with French Defence Minister developments in Libyan arena

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

Sahel-Elite

Libya/Czech Republic – PM Babiš meets Libyan leader in Prague

2019/31/01 – Prime Minister Andrej Babiš (ANO) met with Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj, the Chairman of the Presidential Council and Prime Minister of the Government of National Accord of Libya, at his residence, Kramář’s Villa, in Prague, on Wednesday.

According Vlada.cz, Babiš and Sarraj discussed the current political situation in Libya, illegal migration into Europe and matters of national security, including terrorism. Sarraj’s visit is the first, by a Libyan leader since 1989 and he was accompanied by Tahir Sijal, the Foreign Minister.

Czech Foreign Minister Tomáš Petříček (ČSSD) also attended the meeting.

Prague Daily Monitor

Sahel-Elite – Image utilisée juste à titre d’illustration (Photo/auteur: Fayez Mustafa al-Sarraj/ Brigitte N. Brantley)

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 »