Khartoum – The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed on Thursday, the fact that Khartoum was excluded from a mini-committee that was established by the Arab League from some neighboring countries to deal with the Libyan crisis. The Sudanese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ambassador Haider Badawi, confirmed in statements with the
Moscow- The Presidential Special Envoy to the Middle East and African Countries, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, “Mikhail Bogdanov” discussed with the Turkish Ambassador to Russia, “Muhammad Samsar” the situation in and around Libya. A statement of the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday: “During the talks, a comprehensive exchange of
Berlin- German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, discussed with Malta’s Prime Minister, Robert Abella, via video, the latest developments in the Libyan crisis and the migration situation in the Mediterranean region. The German government spokesman, “Stefan Seibert” said in a statement, Friday, that the talks stressed the necessity of a political solution
Moscow- Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, called on Friday, during their virtual meeting, for an urgent ceasefire in Libya and the resumption of dialogue to resolve the crisis in the country. The Kremlin, in a statement issued after the meeting, said that “Putin” and “Macron”
Istanbul- The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, “Al-Siddiq Omar Al-Kabir,” held a meeting in Istanbul with the Turkish Minister of Finance and Treasury, Barat Al-Bairaq, on Friday. During the meeting, the files of common interest were discussed according to what was reported by the Central Bank of Libya.
Introduction of fleet of Dash 8-400 aircraft will support the growth of TAAG’s network Images and a video relating to this release will be available at https://dehavilland.com/en/media TORONTO, June 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Limited (“De Havilland Canada”) today delivered the first of six Dash 8-400 aircraft to TAAG Angola Airlines […]