The Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives, Youssef Al-Aqouri, and Moscow’s ambassador to Libya, Aydar Aganin, held discussions in Benghazi on ways to strengthen educational cooperation and offer scholarships for Libyan students in Russia, in addition to reactivating joint agreements in the field of civil safety and disaster response.
Ghana Embassy in Libya, in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), on 26th October facilitated the repatriation of the fourth batch of 169 Ghanaians from Tripoli to Accra under the Voluntary Humanitarian Return (VHR) program for the year 2023, the Embassy announced.
Benghazi Chamber of Commerce announced last Thursday that it had signed an MoU with the Matruh (Egypt) Chamber of Commerce to enhance joint work opportunities between the two parties.
The UN Security Council’s unanimous decision yesterday to extend the mandate of the UN Mission in Libya “demonstrates the international community’s strong support for [UN Envoy] Bathily’s efforts to further an inclusive political process leading to elections and a unified government in Libya,” said US Ambassador Richard Norland.
Libyan Attorney-General Al-Siddiq Al-Sour has ordered the arrest of three former senior managers at Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company (LAFICO) on charges of negligence in the management of a $90 million fund.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC), the state-owned oil company of Libya, and its Algerian counterpart Sontrach will organize a high-level meeting next Tuesday, on November 7, in Tripoli, to discuss resuming some of the Algerian company’s projects in Libya.
The Libyan Prime Minister, Osama Hammad, held on Monday an expanded security meeting to review the progress of the work of all security agencies, and all the capabilities they need in order to conduct their work to the fullest extent, in addition to joint coordination between them to secure the international conference for the reconstruction of Derna and the other flood-affected towns.
The governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al Saddiq al Kabir, met with the deputy foreign minister of Turkey, Ahmet Yildiz, and the Turkish ambassador, Kanan Yilmaz, for talks on potential involvement of Turkish companies in the reconstruction of Derna which was destroyed by Storm Daniel on September 10.
Authorities in Libya exhumed on Sunday the skeletal remains of 50 flood victims in Derna to collect DNA samples, hoping to identify missing people among those buried.
Sabha Airport will operate flights to Cairo and Tunis starting from November, the Government of National Unity announced on Sunday.