The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, has expressed deep shock at the discovery of mass graves in Libya over recent days, in territory that was recently in the hands of the so-called opposition Libyan National Army (LNA) led by General Khalifa Haftar.   The UN Support Mission in Libya, UNSMIL announced,Read More →

A spokesman for U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres says the secretary is “deeply shocked by the discovery of multiple mass graves in recent days, the majority of them in Tarhouna” in Libya. Tarhouna was a stronghold of renegade General Khalifa Haftar and his forces, but it recently was recaptured. GuterresRead More →

Tripoli- The Minister of Finance of the National Accord Government, in charge of the Ministry of Economy and Industry, Faraj Boumtari, held a meeting with the Turkish Minister of Finance to discuss ways of returning Turkish companies to complete their idle projects since 2011. The Finance Ministry of the accordRead More →

Algeria- The Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, “Sabri Bogadoum”, held phone conversations with his counterparts in three European countries on the situation in Libya and ways to combat the Corona virus. According to a statement by the Algerian Foreign Ministry Thursday evening, “Bogadoum” discussed with his Italian, Luigi de Mayo,Read More →

Rome- Italian Interior Minister Luchana Lamorghese considered that the European “IRINI” operation aims to facilitate the solution of the Libyan crisis. “It is clear that the stability of Libya is effective in better managing migration flows,” Lamorghese said in her speech to the Italian Senate on Thursday, when asked aboutRead More →

ANKARA- Turkish Defense Minister, Khulusi Akar, discussed with Secretary General of NATO “Jens Stoltenberg” the developments in Libya. The Turkish Defense Ministry said in a statement that telephone talks took place between “Akar” and “Stoltenberg”, Friday, dealing with regional issues, especially the situation in Syria and Libya, and others relatedRead More →

Algeria- Algerian President Abdel Majid Taboun renewed that the Libyan crisis cannot be resolved militarily, expressing regret for the continued armed conflict in Libya. The Algerian President said in an interview with a number of journalists in Algeria yesterday, Friday, “Algeria stands at the same distance from all the LibyanRead More →