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Archive for December 13th, 2012

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12th December 2012  Mahmud Nacua, the new Libyan Ambassador to the United Kingdom, today presented his credentials to Queen Elizabeth II, and paid tribute to the UK’s support of Libya. Speaking at the reception after the presentation, held at five-star London hotel the Lanesborough, Nacua said: “It is a great honour for me to be the first Ambassador of Libya  [ Read More ]

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12th December 2012 Mahmud Nacua, on Wednesday became the first ambassador of Libya in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland when presented his credentials to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth in London. In a short speech during a reception held following the presentation Mr Nacua gave a short speech expressing his delight as a Libyan to receive such a great honour  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  Third Deputy Prime Minister Abdusalam Al-Qadi met with Marwan Abassi, Libya’s World Bank representative, today to discuss prospects of cooperation between Libya and the World Bank. The World Bank is interested in lending its expertise and technical support to raise the level of performance of the country’s public sector by helping rebuild public institutions and enhancing their administrative  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has given the green light to build of a new road to the Libyan border some 250 kilometres south of the current coastal border crossing at Musaid. The aim is to improve trade and manpower links between Upper Egypt and Libya. At least a third of the Egyptian workers who were in Libya prior  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  A two-day conference on “Truth and Reconciliation in Libya: the Way Forward” began today, Wednesday, in Tripoli’s Rixos Hotel. Organised by the Libyan Fact-Finding and Reconciliation Commission and the Human Rights Committee of the General National Congress in partnership with the United Nations, the aim is to provide Libyans an opportunity to discuss how to deal with a painful past  [ Read More ]