2012 December 1 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for December 1st, 2012

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Saturday 1st December  2012 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called on all citizens abroad to refrain from attacking Libyan embassies, warning that those who do so will face criminal prosecution. In a statement issued on Friday, the ministry said that such incidents bring Libya’s international reputation into disrepute, embarrass host countries and compromise the principles of the 17 February  [ Read More ]

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November 2012 Tarek Mitri, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Libya, was in Benghazi on 29 November to meet with the city’s local council as well as civil society organisations, the new police commander and other political and academic figures. According to a UN statement, the meetings covered a range of issues, including decentralisation, judicial reform, local  [ Read More ]

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N November 2012 Libya’s border security was the focus of talks between Prime Minister Ali Zeidan and the European Union’s Ambassador to Libya Peter Zsoldos in Tripoli on Thursday. The meeting was also attended by Defence Minister Mohamed Al-Bargati, members of the Foreign Ministry and several EU officials. Border security and management remains a major issue in Libya at present, with widespread  [ Read More ]

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November 2012 Zawia refinery has resumed normal activity after a two-day blockade by local war-wounded revolutionaries ended last night, Thursday. The protestors had refused to let petrol tankers in or out of the refinery and threatened to continue their action unless a number of European countries sped up visa applications to enable the wounded to treated there. Much of their frustration  [ Read More ]

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November 2012 A delegation of Belgian health experts will be visiting Libya from 1-3 December to explore avenues of cooperation with the Libyan authorities. Several Libyans wounded in last year’s conflict are currently being treated in Belgian hospitals, “to the fullest satisfaction of both patients and authorities”, according to a statement from the Belgian embassy in Tripoli. According to the  [ Read More ]