Browsing: Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh

Libya is “at war” against human traffickers “who send migrants to die at sea”, but also against all “criminals involved in the smuggling of oil, fuel and drugs”, Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh told Italian news agency Nova on Monday.

Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh is in Rome today to take part in the Italy-Africa summit, which aimed at illustrating Italy’s big development plan for the continent.

Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh has affirmed need to continue development in Hamada oil field “after addressing any technical or legal observations in accordance with what was agreed upon at the tenth meeting of the Supreme Council for Energy Affairs,” according to a statement by the premier’s media office on Tuesday.

The Libya Energy and Economic Summit opened in Tripoli yesterday with the participation of several international trade and energy stakeholders, but with the absence of high profile guests that were initially set to be there, namely the top leaders of Italy and Malta.

The Minister of Local Governance of the Government of National Unity, Badr El Din Al-Toumi, met on Friday with the mayors of the municipalities of Libya’s southern to discuss the closure of Al-Sharara oil field, in the city of Ubari, which occurred on Wednesday 3 January, by a group of protesters.