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Libya: GNA Government to resign by the end of October, PM Fayez el-Sarraj announces

Libyan Prime Minister Fayez el-Sarraj announced on Wednesday evening the upcoming resignation of the GNA government by the end of October at the latest and called on the dialogue committee to quickly appoint a new government. Meetings of this committee are due to take place in Geneva under the auspices of the UN, in October, […]

Libya: Tobruk government presented its resignation to the local parliament

After four days of angry protests by residents over shortages and deteriorating public services, the Tobruk government presented its resignation to the local parliament on Sunday. These institutions run the part of Libya controlled by Marshal Khalifa Haftar but are not recognized by the international community. The resignation of the interim government led by Abdullah […]

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South-African News Website Underlines Morocco’s Role in Facilitating Libyan Dialogue

South-African news website ‘Independent Online’ highlighted the role played by Morocco in facilitating the Libyan Dialogue. In an article published Sunday under the title “Libyan Dialogue Leads to Comprehensive Agreements”, the South-African media outlet underlines that the delegations of the Libyan High Council of State and the Tobruk Parliament jointly announced on Thursday that they […]

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CEN-SAD follows Inter-Libyan Talks in Bouznika with ‘particular attention, great satisfaction’

The Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD) said Monday it is following with “particular attention and great satisfaction” the inter-Libyan talks launched on September 6 in Bouznika, Morocco, which are part of the continuation of the Skhirat process crowned by the Political Agreement of December 15, 2015.   The CEN-SAD issued a statement welcoming the incentives […]

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Libya: Inter-Libyan meeting held in Morocco

An inter-Libyan meeting is held this Sept. 6-7 in Bouznika, a seaside resort to the south of the Moroccan capital Rabat. Representatives of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives and of the Libyan High Council of State began their meeting this Sunday in a bid to consolidate the ceasefire, decreed lately, and relaunch the political process, […]

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UN welcomes Morocco’s support for political solution in Libya

The UN thanked Morocco for its support to peace efforts in Libya where inter-fighting sunk the country in a quagmire at a time joint action is needed to counter the pandemic. “Libyans are very happy to see me in Morocco because they know that Morocco has a formidable history of support for the UN process,” […]

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Libya: The turbulent visit of Bernard-Henri Lévy increases tensions in the Tripoli government

French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy was in Libya on Saturday, July 25, to investigate mass graves. His arrival aroused the anger of Libyan militias who attacked his convoy. The Prime Minister promised to shed light on this controversial visit. Prime Minister Faez el-Serraj was in Turkey during the visit of French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy to Libya. […]

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UN: Morocco Calls for Realistic & Pragmatic Solution to Libyan Crisis

Morocco has called for a realistic and pragmatic solution to the Libyan crisis, which continues to get worse every day, go unresolved and rip through the country with the intensification of foreign interventions. “Let us be realistic and pragmatic in addressing the situation in Libya. The proliferation of initiatives has the opposite effect”, Morocco’s top […]

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Arab League calls for an immediate ceasefire in Libya

Arab Foreign Ministers have expressed total opposition to all forms of interference in Libya and to all plans to divide the country, calling for the disbanding of militias and the withdrawal of mercenaries from Libyan territory in order to make a ceasefire viable. The Arab League Foreign Ministers, who held an emergency meeting Tuesday at […]

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Libya: Egypt’s threats of direct intervention in case GNA forces progress towards its borders

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi warned Saturday that any advance by the forces of the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNA), supported by Ankara, towards the strategic city of Sirte could lead to “direct” intervention from Cairo. With Ankara’s support, forces loyal to the UN-recognized GNA have scored important victories since early June, regaining control […]

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