Athens pushes back against Tripoli maritime zone claims
In a letter to the United Nations secretary-general, Greece's permanent representative to the UN, Evangelos Sekeris, expressed Athens' complete opposition to Libya's claims regarding the limits of its maritime zones, as reflected in a verbal communication from the Tripoli government to Cairo.
Türkiye, Egypt to reappoint ambassadors as ties improve
Türkiye and Egypt have agreed to work more closely to resolve the ongoing conflict in Libya by helping the two rival Libyan groups to set up a joint military unit as part of the unification efforts in the North African country.
IAEA: 2.5 tons of Uranium are Missing from Libyan Site
About 2.5 tons of natural uranium have disappeared in Libya, announced the UN nuclear agency, AFP reported.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Grossi, told the organization's member states that inspectors on Tuesday found that 10 barrels containing uranium ore concentrate "were not available as previously announced" at the site in Libya
10 years after EU’s ‘never again’ tragedy, little’s changed
A decade ago this year, the head of the European Union's executive branch stood, visibly shaken, before rows of coffins holding the corpses of migrants drowned off the Italian island of Lampedusa. Some of them, small and bone-white, contained the bodies of infants and children.
Italy’s Eni signs $8 bn gas deal as Meloni visits Libya
Italian energy giant Eni signed an $8 billion gas deal with Libya's state-run National Oil Corporation on Jan. 28 as Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni visited Tripoli.
Libya in a state of isolation
The failure to hold a consultative meeting of Arab League foreign ministers in the Libyan capital is seen as evidence of the diplomatic isolation of the Tripoli government, even among Arab states.
Indicatively, of the 22 countries in the Arab League, 15 did not attend, and neither did its secretary-general, Ahmed Aboul Gheit.
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Chief diplomats boycott Libya-hosted Arab League meeting
A handful of top Arab diplomats met Sunday in the Libyan capital in a gathering boycotted by powerful foreign ministers who argued that the mandate of the Tripoli-based government has ended.
Above the law? Ankara and Tripoli to ignore Libyan court ruling on energy MoU
Expert Aya Burweila joins Thanos Davelis to discuss this latest ruling in Libya suspending an energy exploration deal that the Tripoli-based government signed last year with Turkey, break down its broader significance, and look at how major outlets are dropping the ball when it comes to covering Libya.
Turkey says Tripoli backs energy deal despite court suspension
Libya's Government of National Unity (GNU) told Turkey "not to take seriously" a court ruling that suspended an energy exploration deal that the Tripoli government signed with Ankara last year, the Turkish foreign minister said on Thursday.
Libya: How the Erdogan-Dbeiba deal collapsed
A decision communicated on Tuesday afternoon by Libya is nothing less than a "slap" in the face for the government of Abdulhamit Dbeiba, but also of Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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