2013 May 22 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for May 22nd, 2013

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Wednesday 22nd May 2013 A Libyan government delegation participated last week in the special meeting of Deauville Partnership in London, the transition fund aims to help Arab Spring countries in development projects. The delegation was headed by Mr Mraja’a Ghaith, Deputy Minister of Finance, accompanied with Dr. Abdulrazaq al-Qready Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and international cooperation, Mr Ahmed Safar  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  The European Union has announced the appointment of Bulgarian diplomat Nataliya Apostolova as the head of its mission in Tripoli.  She replaces Peter Zsoldos who has returned to work as a Slovak diplomat. “I am delighted to announce the appointment of Nataliya Apostolova to head up our Delegation in Tripoli,” said Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the European  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  Housing and Utilities Minister Ali Sherief revealed at Sunday’s Prime Ministerial press conference that contracts with local companies for 90 projects covering about 18,000 housing units were signed. He admitted that the delay in the activation of the budget has held up these companies’ upfront 50 percent payment. However, he was confident that this would resume shortly. Minister  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  Claim against Jack Straw, brought by Gaddafi victim and his wife, may be heard in secret under new Justice and Security Act. One of the first cases to be heard by the government’s new generation of secret courts may be a claim brought by a Libyan dissident who was kidnapped along with his pregnant wife and flown to  [ Read More ]

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May 2013  The Central Bank of Libya has signed a cooperation agreement in Kuala Lumpur with the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) to ensure support in developing Sharia-compliant programmes at the bank. The CBL is looking to benefit from Malaysian expertise in Islamic banking in its efforts to establish it as the norm in Libya. INCEIF, the  [ Read More ]