Tripoli- The Presidency Council has decided to suspended for three renewable months, its previous decree on foreign currency sale with fees, as well as other related decrees. The Presidency Council linked the enforcement of its decree as of the date of implementation of the decision of the board of theRead More →

Tripoli- Libya has concluded a contract to purchase 2.8 million shots of COVID-19 vaccination. Member of the Consultative Committee on COVID-19 said in press statement that Libya purchased the vaccine and expected arrival date would be in the Spring.   Source: Libya News AgencyRead More →

London-The Guardian newspaper reported that the UN intended to send observers to Libya to oversee the cease-fire in the country. This is the first time that the international organization takes active steps on the ground to enforce a ceasefire. In its report, the newspaper said the cease-fire reached in 23Read More →

Tripoli– The National Disease Control Centre (NDCC) has issued a daily CoronaVirus update in Libya for Saturday Jan.2. The NDCC said it received 4697 samples for PCR testing, 4027 have turned out to be negative, and 670 positive. The NDCC Communication Committee said the Centre has recorded 1129 recoveries andRead More →

Tripoli – The Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord decided to temporarily suspend work on its Resolution No. (1300) of 2018 regarding imposing a fee on foreign exchange sales, and the decisions issued pursuant for a period of three months, subject to extension. In the second article ofRead More →