2013 March 8 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for March 8th, 2013

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March 2013  Only three weeks ago, Libya marked the second anniversary of its revolution, a revolution the people of this country have made enormous sacrifices to achieve. This would not have been possible if it wasn’t for the women and men struggling together and hand-in-hand to win their freedom after decades of dictatorship. As we celebrate together the International Women’s  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  The European Union Delegation to Libya has celebrated international women’s day in Libya to underline the essential role women have played and will play in the new Libya. At an event at the Civil Initiatives Libya training centre Tripoli, members of the Libyan General National Council, representatives from the Libyan civil society involved in women’s empowerment issues and  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  The first part of an EU-funded border security package has gone live with a new passport control system at Tripoli airport. The system, which has been in development since last September, allows the realtime checking of scanned passports, meaning that the documents can be checked against INTERPOL databases, to spot stolen or lost papers, as well as helping  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  In an attempt to improve border security and help security sector reform at the Tripoli International Airport Libyan airport, the European Union, EU, and Interpol have agreed on a deal with Tripoli airport authorities to establish a real-time passport control capacity at the airport EU High Representative Catherine Ashton said that this this EU/Interpol programme is an excellent  [ Read More ]

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March 2013  Libya and Egypt are to open consulates just across the joint border – a Libyan one in Mersa Matruh and an Egyptian one in Tobruk – in a move that is hoped will ease traffic and visa issues between the two countries. The announcement was made today, Thursday, in Cairo by the Prime Minister, Ali Zeidan. He arrived  [ Read More ]