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Archive for November, 2015

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 30 - 2015 0 Comment

By Libya Herald reporter. Tunis, 29 November 2015 Foreign minster Mohamed Dairi and UN Special Envoy Martin Kobler are to take part in the seventh foreign ministerial meeting of Libya’s neighbours which will take place in Algiers on Tuesday. The last neighbour’s meeting was at the end of July in the Chadian capital N’Djamena. This will be the first time  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 30 - 2015 0 Comment

London – Nov/27/2015 Libya’s National Oil Corp. said on Friday it has formed a special committee to accelerate talks with protesters and reopen the country’s El Sharara and El Feel oilfields. The group will work directly with protesters across the country, including those who have kept El Sharara and El Feel closed for months. The NOC declined to put a  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 27 - 2015 0 Comment

26/11/2015 Courage and leadership are always required when it comes to tough choices, but tough choices are what is needed when it comes to the future of a country and of its people. The UN SRSG Martin Kobler is actively seeking a speedy conclusion of the Libyan political dialogue and we expect that all sides in Libya will show courage  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 26 - 2015 0 Comment

Peter Millet UK Ambassador to Libya 24 Nov. 2015 Tunis-Tunisia   “The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.”  Is this quotation relevant to today’s Libya? Definitely.  The Libyan economy is going down the drain.  Oil production and prices are down; the country is spending more than it earns; the black market exchange rate is going up;  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 24 - 2015 0 Comment

23 November 2015 – Special Representative of the Secretary-General Martin Kobler, on his first visit to Libya, pressed for the urgency of a rapid signature of the political agreement and the establishment of a Government of National Accord (GNA) to end the conflict Kobler met Libyan interlocutors in Tobruk and Tripoli on 21-22 November. He declared he was encouraged by  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 23 - 2015 0 Comment

In relation to some incorrect information published on about an EU funded Libyan News Agency, Head of the European Union Delegation to Libya Ambassador Nataliya Apostolova made the following statement: Vivid democracy is dependent on a vivid unbiased impartial media scene. EU has worked with persistence on the development of media in Libya since more than 4 years. Focusing on  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 23 - 2015 0 Comment

Mr. Minister, Mr. second vice president of the House of Representatives, Dear colleagues from the press, members of the House of Representatives. Thank you very much for receiving me here in such … atmosphere. This is a great pleasure for me to be here today among you because there are problems to solve. This is my first week. I am  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 20 - 2015 0 Comment

“Working together for Peace, Security and Prosperity”, this is the objective set by Mr Martin Kobler when taking up his duties as new Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL). We share this objective. I talked with Martin Kobler as he was taking office, and I am looking forward  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 20 - 2015 0 Comment

Libya’s first independent news agency will take up its work on Thursday, November 19. Set up jointly by the EU and DW Akademie, the virtual Libyan Cloud News Agency (LCNA) is based in Tunis and relies on satellite-link technology and the use of the virtual cloud platform for data storage and transmission. The Libyan media outlets still in existence are  [ Read More ]

Posted by Libyan Embassy On Nov - 18 - 2015 0 Comment

Tunis – 16 November 2015 – As part of commemorations marking the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, Libyan journalists and Human Rights activists have recommended a number of concrete proposals to enable the continuity of their work and to ensure that crimes against media professionals do not go unnoticed or unchallenged.   In this one-day round  [ Read More ]