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The talks have also set out to achieve a complete and permanent ceasefire in the war-torn country.
The ambassadors said that, in the same manner as it undertook recently with five new sanctions listings, the EU is ready to take restrictive measures against those who undermine and obstruct work on different tracks of the Berlin process.
UNSMIL announces it will strive to ensure broad consultations, transparency, and rights-based approach during Libyan-led process
Abbas Kamel met with US ambassadors to Libya and Egypt to discuss latest updates on conflict in Egypt’s neighbour
Egyptian President called for constructive interaction among Libyan parties to hold presidential and parliamentary elections
The meeting is being held under United Nations (UN) sponsorship, and is set to tackle a range of issues relating to Libya’s ongoing crisis.
Egypt’s Al-Sisi stressed to UNGA on Tuesday that crossing Sirte, Jufra red line in Libya will result in Egyptian defensive action
GNA Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Maiteeg says joint technical committee will supervise oil revenues and ensure fair oil distribution
The GIS has also repatriated the freed nationals in cooperation with the Libyan security authorities, according to the state-run Middle East News Agency.
Protests underscore urgent need to lift oil blockade, return to full and inclusive political process, says UNSMIL
Turkey threatens Armenia’s security by transferring mercenaries to Azerbaijan, says Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan during Egypt visit
All hope to achieve tangible results to pave way for comprehensive political settlement in Libya, says joint statement
Talks continue between Libyan rivals in Morocco for third day hoping for agreement
Cairo Declaration is important step to complete Libya’s political path started in Berlin, says Sameh Shoukry
Both discuss GERD issue, Eastern Mediterranean tensions among other issues
Egypt-announced red line in Sirte and Jufra contributes to maintaining ceasefire in Libya, says Borrell
EU Foreign Affairs Minister also visits Tripoli, emphasises Libya remains top priority for Europe
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas says EU will not accept destabilisation in Eastern Mediterranean region
Arab League seeks comprehensive settlement of Libyan crisis through resumption of negotiations to reach permanent ceasefire, says Aboul-Gheit
Angry at extended water and power cuts as well as long lines at petrol stations, the mostly youthful protestors marched in the streets of the city centre, chanting slogans including “No to corruption!”
Shoukry, Le Drian explore range of regional topics including two-state solution in Palestine
Before truce, LAAF rejects transforming Sirte to ‘demilitarised’ zone
However, sources told Al Arabiya that the officials will discuss “military situation east of Misrata, and developing a plan for an attack on Sirte and Jufra.” They added that the talks will also focus “on developing the military airbase at Al-Watiya and provide it with advanced military equipment.”
Libyan Parliament reached agreement to continue cease-fire, reopen talks
Shoukry and his Spanish counterpart discuss Libyan crisis over phone on Wednesday
East-based forces are ready to liberate Libyan territories from Turkish aggression, militias, says Haftar
Shoukry affirmed Egypt’s keenness to coordinate with United Nations Support Mission in Libya to push for a political solution based on Cairo Declaration
Libya’s deteriorating security means terrorism is being reproduced in Egypt, but at higher severity, says Egyptian security expert
On one side, we have the illegitimate Government of National Accord (GNA) that was appointed through a UN-led initiative in 2015, hoping to unite Libya and reform the constitution in a 24-month period, but at which it failed miserably, losing its legitimacy
Libya’s LAAF struck three tanks belonging to GNA while attempting advance on Sirte