Following the arrival in Tripoli of the Libyan Presidency Council last week Tunisia became the first country to announce on Monday, April 4, that it would reopen its consulate in the Libyan capital.
Faiez Serraj, head of the Libya's Presidency Council, arrived in Tobruk on Friday, February 19, and addressed the internationally recognized House of Representatives (HOR) on Saturday as the HOR opened debates ahead of vote [...]
Libyan Prime Minister Designate Faiez Serraj has asked the internationally recognized House of Representatives (HOR) in Tobruk for, and received, an extension to nominate new candidates to the second proposed Government of National Accord [...]
The Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs Khemais Jhinaoui, while speaking at a joint press conference with the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari in Tunis mentioned that Tunisia would soon organize a meeting of Libya's [...]
The Presidency Council proposed a list of thirteen ministers and five ministers of state as Defense Minister, the post which has been the major impasse of negotiations, Colonel Al-Mahdi al-Barghathi (Al-Burghuthi) was proposed.
The head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Martin Kobler, speaking over the weekend before a delay was announced, emphasized that the political process needed to proceed with urgency, citing the [...]
Libya's Presidency Council is relocating from Tunis to Skhirat Morocco, following reports in recent days they had been asked to leave by Tunisian officials for 'security reasons'.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel acknowledged German and Italian plans to train Libyan security forces in Tunisia.