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Staples that block the Dbeibah visit are in progress

Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Mohammed Dbeibah suspended a planned visit to eastern Benghazi province after Putis General Khalifa Haftar's militia prevented a government-protected plane and protocol staff from landing. Sources on the ground said the incident underscores the continued friction between the competing camps. Sources told the Daily Sabah that by blocking the prime minister's visit to their stronghold, the Haftar militia clearly showed that the warlord did not support Dbeibah, contrary…

The Libyan government is considering the fund to rebuild war-torn

The newly formed Libyan government plans to deploy funds to reconstruct the country's war-torn cities and regions, said Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah on Wednesday. Dbeibah's comments came during a government meeting in the capital Tripoli. "The government will set up funds to rebuild cities damaged by the war such as Benghazi, Tripoli and Sirte," he said without giving further details. There are no official estimates of the cost of the reconstruction projects needed in Libya. But Mohammad Raied, head of Libya's…

Libya’s Deputy Prime Minister criticizes the blockade of Haftar

Milities loyal to Putist normal Khalifa Haftar have blocked a authorities assembly within the jap metropolis of Benghazi, and outraged response in Libya with the nation's deputy prime minister Ibrahim Abu Jinnah putting on Tuesday. "It's unlucky that any social gathering is making an attempt to take care of the state with political division, dissolution of the state and blackmail of its establishments," Abu Jinnah stated in an announcement on his Fb account. On Sunday, Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid…

Libya’s Prime Minister cancels Benghazi’s go to as Haftar militia

Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh suspended a go to to northeastern Benghazi scheduled for Monday after militias loyal to Putist common Khalifa Haftar blocked Benghazi's Benina airport. Dbeibeh was about to depart from Mitiga Airport within the capital Tripoli late on Sunday to go to Benghazi, in line with Libyan authorities sources. He canceled the go to and returned from the airport after studying of the transfer by Haftar's militias, the sources added. Dbeibeh was anticipated to carry a…

Libyan Prime Minister Dbeibah will visit Turkey on Monday

The head of the Libyan National Unity Government will visit Turkey on Monday for talks, a government spokesman told the Anadolu Agency (AA) late on Saturday. Mohammed Hammude said a high-level delegation led by Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah will include five deputy prime ministers and 14 ministers, as well as Secretary-General Mohammed Al-Haddad along with other officials. Hammude said the visit will focus on the return of various partners in the service sector, such as energy and health, as well…

Italian Prime Minister Draghi makes first visit abroad, meet

Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has made his first trip abroad since taking office in February and arrived in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Tuesday to discuss a wide range of issues with the North African country's interim prime minister. Draghi held talks with Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and followed in the footsteps of other European leaders who recently met with Libya's new caretaker government, which took power last month to unite the country, which has been divided by civil war for nearly a decade.…

Libya’s pro-Haftar administration is handing over energy to

Libya's eastern administration on Tuesday officially handed over power to a new executive set to unite the war - torn country and steer it towards elections later this year. The Government of National Unity (GNU), elected through a UN-backed process, is the latest internationally supported bid to end a decade of chaos in the North African nation and unite rival administrations. Under the leadership of the caretaker Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, the GNU replaces both the Tripoli-based National Accord Government…

Libya’s Presidential Council calls on institutional

Mohammad Menfi, head of Libya's presidential council, called for reconciliation between the war - torn country's institutions on Monday and expressed his support for the executive branch. Menfi received Jan Kubis, the UN Special Envoy to Libya, at his office in Tripoli and Raisedon Zenenga, the coordinator of the UN Libya Support Mission (UNSMIL), according to a statement from the Presidential Council. Menfi pointed out that the new executive is dependent on the decisions taken in Geneva and said that…

Libya’s Prime Minister to be sworn in to steer a war-torn nation

Libya's new interim prime minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, will be sworn in on Monday to lead the war - torn country's transition to elections in December after years of chaos and division. The North African nation came into conflict after dictator Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown and killed in a NATO uprising in 2011, which resulted in several forces competing for power. A UN-supervised process aims to unite the country and build on a ceasefire in October between rival administrations in the country's…

Prime Minister Dbeibah to be sworn in to steer war-torn Libya

Libya's new interim prime minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, will be sworn in on Monday to lead the war - torn country's transition to elections in December after years of chaos and division. The North African nation came into conflict after dictator Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown and killed in a NATO uprising in 2011, which resulted in several forces competing for power. A UN-supervised process aims to unite the country and build on a ceasefire in October between rival administrations in the country's…

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