2012 December 17 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for December 17th, 2012

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December 2012     As a result of last year’s revolution, municipal works, especially waste removal services, have not fully resumed in most towns, mainly due to limited resources available to the governing local councils. Even in Libya’s two major cities, Benghazi and Tripoli, waste is still a problem and an eyesore. In the absence of continuous services, the burden  [ Read More ]

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December 2012 Italy’s Eni (ENI.MI) plans to invest $8 billion in Libya over the next 10 years to develop its upstream business as it moves to strengthen its grip as the leading international oil and gas producer in the country. In a statement on Sunday, Eni said its Chief Executive Paolo Scaroni had presented the plan to Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zidan and Minister of  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  Discussions over how to strengthen ties between the Libyan and French navies took place in Tripoli on Sunday, when navy chief of staff Hassan Boushnak met the with commander of a visiting French frigate. Boushnak met the captain of the French stealth frigate Aconit, Olivier de Saint Julien, at a naval base in the capital, where the pair  [ Read More ]

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December 2012  Benghazi’s police training institute has been overwhelmed by the number of applications from members of the city’s Supreme Security Committee (SSC) hoping to join the police. In the space of just two days from 12 until 14 December, the institute received over 1,500 applications from SSC members. Benghazi’s SSC is currently in contact with the Ministry of Interior  [ Read More ]

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Monday 17th December 2012 The General National Congress (GNC) declared the south a closed military zone on Sunday evening and announced that it would temporarily close the borders with Niger, Chad, Sudan and Algeria, state news agency LANA reported. GNC members passed the exceptional legislation with a majority of 136, designating the areas around Ghadamis, Ghat, Awbari, Al-Shati, Sebha, Murzuq  [ Read More ]