TRIPOLI— US called for a ceasefire in Libya and urged warring parties to protect its oil sector Wednesday as the unity government said landmines had killed at least seven people in the capital. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s call came as the UN said it had held “productive” talksRead More →

Foreign Affairs Minister Nassif Hitti received this Thursday, from the Chinese Ambassador to Lebanon, Wang Kejian, a donation by the Chinese embassy to government hospitals in Lebanon, consisting of 17,500 medical masks, 1500 units of medical protective clothing, 1320 protective glasses, and 1,000 pairs of shoes.   Minister Hitti thankedRead More →

Algeria- The spokesperson for the Algerian presidency, “Mohand Ousaid Belaid,” said that Algeria is ready to embrace the dialogue of the competing Libyan parties, noting that the Algerian initiative exists because it is desirable from the Libyan brothers. “Belaid” added, during a press conference, Tuesday, that Algeria has good relationsRead More →

Cairo- The League of Arab States expressed its hope that the Accord government in Libya will announce a positive position on the “Cairo Declaration,” indicating that no one wants to repeat the Syrian scenario in Libya. The Assistant Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, “Hossam Zaki,” said that theRead More →

Moscow- Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed that there are no alternatives to a ceasefire and the start of UN-sponsored negotiations as soon as possible in Libya. A statement issued by the Russian presidency after the phone conversation said, that “Putin” and “Merkel” expressed their concernRead More →