2019/01/11 – Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs H E Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani met on January the 7th with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tunisia, Khemaies Jhinaoui, currently visiting the country. Talks during the meeting covered the bilateral relations and ways of enhancing them, as well as issues of mutual concern. The Deputy Prime Minister also tweeted on Palestine issues.
The Peninsula – Qatar
2019/10/01 – Interior Minister of PC Fathi Pashagha reaffirmed Libya’s desire to cooperate with China in the security field to raise the efficiency and performance of the Ministry of Interior officers.
The minister’s remarks came at a meeting with the Chinese ambassador to Libya at the ministry’s HQ in Tripoli, during which the Chinese ambassador expressed that the improved security situation in the capital will encourage Chinese companies to return to work from Libya, according to the ministry’s Information Office Facebook.
Safa Alharathy – Libya Observer
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” »
2019/09/01 – Interior Minister of the PC, Fathi Pashagha, discussed with the Scotland Yard representative for terrorism and training, Richard Clark, inter alia, matters relating to security issues of common concern.
This came during a meeting held at the Interior Ministry in Tripoli on Tuesday, according to the ministry’s Facebook.
The meeting focused on ways to enhance security cooperation between the Libyan Interior Ministry and Scotland Yard Police.
Libya Observer / Sahel-Elite
2019/09/01 – The European Union (EU) have chosen Tripoli and Tunisia as the HQ of the governing board for borders and reform of security services in Libya.
Tunisie-telegraph website reported Monday that the EU will launch the operation in January with a budget of more than 61 million euros, to continue until January 2020.
The operation aims to train 38 Libyan security elements with the participation of 15 countries under the supervision of Italy, according to the Tunisian site.
2019/03/01 – Algeria has barred all Syrians from entering the country via its southern border with Mali and Niger to keep out members of defeated rebel groups from Syria deemed to pose a security risk, a senior official said on Wednesday.Hassen Kacimi, the official in charge of migrants policy at the interior ministry, told Reuters that Syrians seeking refuge in Algeria in this way were suspected to be Islamist militants and were not welcome. Continuer à lire … « Algeria shuts southern borders to Syrians over security fears #Niger #Mali »
2018/21/12 – The chief of staff of the defense forces of France, Army Gen. Jean-Pierre Bosser, visited the Gao military base that is the place of service for the Estonian infantry platoon deployed to Mali and thanked the soldiers from the nations supporting France in the operation, including Estonia, who are serving there. Bosser, who is on a two-day pre-Christmas visit to the Gao base, emphasized the importance of the operation for ensuring the security of the Sahel region and thanked all the soldiers participating in the mission, military spokespeople in Tallinn said. Continuer à lire … « »