Political instability in Libya is one of the major drivers of weapons trafficking in northern Nigeria, reports the United States Africa Command.
The Libyan military track consensus is moving step by step towards détente and implementation of the provisions agreed upon in…
The outgoing Government of National Unity (GNU) has revealed the details of Rome’s meeting between the Libyan military chiefs of staff and the Commander of the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), General Michael Langley.
Charge d’Affairs at U.S. Embassy in Libya Leslie Ordeman said he met Tuesday with the Commander of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) Gen. Michael Langley during his visit to Tunis.
The drone that was shot down by the Libyan National Army (LNA) near Benghazi on Monday belongs to U.S. Africa…
With the change of command at AFRICOM, the U.S. Embassy to Libya welcomed General Langley and extended its gratitude to General Townsend “for his contributions to supporting stability and promoting security in Libya,” said US ambassador, Richard Norland.
U.S. Africa Command said Wednesday it supports Ambassador Norland’s diplomatic efforts “to ensure Libya holds democratic elections on Dec. 24 as a key step toward stabilization and national reconciliation.”
U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) affirmed on Thursday that “a political solution, not a military one, is the way forward for Libya.”
President of the Libyan Presidency Council (PC), Mohamed al-Menfi, discussed on Tuesday with the Commander of the US Africa Command (AFRICOM), Stephen Townsend, efforts to combat terrorism and organized crime, especially in the regions of southern Libya, according to PC Media Office.
Commander of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), Stephen Townsend, and U.S. Envoy and Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, joined on Tuesday the Libyan 5+5 Joint Military Committee’s (JMC) meeting held in Tripoli for the first time, according to U.S. Embassy in Libya.