TRIPOLI— The European Union (EU) Delegation to Libya on Wednesday condemned the presence of foreign mercenaries in Libya and called on all Libyan and regional players to make efforts to lift oil blockade. “We call on all Libyan and regional actors to constructively engage in efforts to lift the blockade.Read More →

France is suspending its involvement in a NATO naval operation of Libya’s coast after a standoff with a Turkish ship and amid growing tensions within the military alliance over Libya. France’s Defense Ministry said Wednesday that France sent a letter Tuesday to NATO saying it is suspending its participation inRead More →

TRIPOLI— The International Organization for Migration (IOM) said that 184 illegal immigrants have been rescued by the Libyan Coast Guard off the country’s western coast. “184 migrants, among them 14 women and 11 children, were returned to Tripoli (in) Libya by the coast guard. IOM staff are onsite to provide emergencyRead More →

Berlin- The President of the Munich Security Conference, “Wolfgang Ischinger,” said that the European Union should threaten military intervention in Libya if necessary. In a statement to Fanke Media Group newspapers, Ischinger said that Europe could throw its military weight in the equation for a ceasefire, adding that diplomacy oftenRead More →

Tunisia- Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Noureddine El-Rai, discussed, Monday, with his Greek counterpart, “Nikos Dundias,” the developments of security and military situations in Libya. The media office of the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that during the meeting held in Tunis, the two sides exchanged views on theRead More →