Fifty-three Egyptians detained in Libya for an illegal immigration attempt were returned home, according to the Egyptian Foreign Ministry.
According to a statement by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, this step comes as a confirmation of Egypt’s continuous support to the stability in Libya.
Dbeibah underscored the importance of maintaining international partnership for helping Libya get rid of mercenaries and foreign fighters.
On July 12, many important events took place.
In a tweet, Owcza thanked Mishri for his continuous cooperation
He pledged to settle the situation of Tunisian workers in Libya.
Egypt’s Prime Minster Moustafa Madbouly and Head of the National Unity Government, Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba, signed Tuesday eleven MoUs to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries in various field.
An Egyptian delegation headed to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, on Monday to examine re-opening the embassy.
Libyan authorities are working on releasing 38 Egyptian citizens kidnapped in the Libyan capital Tripoli, a source told Egypt Today.
The gangs demand a 15,000 Libyan dinars ransom for each of the kidnapped persons.
The UN Security Council extend the mandate of its integrated special political mission in Libya, listing a range of mediation and good offices tasks.
Ankara has already provided the internationally recognized GNA in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, with armored vehicles and drones.
In parallel, clashes occurred among the militias of the Tripoli-based interim government.
Some of the youths conscripted for Qatar’s army told Somaliguardian that many of their country-mates were already deployed in the front line areas in Libya and that they were waiting to be sent to the hostile zone.
Mahgoub stated that the first batch of those started patrolling the capital after receiving training at Takbali Camp southern the city and the police uniform.
The Libyan National Army (LNA) Mobilization Commander Khaled al-Mahgoub affirmed that Militias affiliated with the government of National Accord were located 140 kilometers away from Sirte
Khalifa Haftar's Libyan National Army (LNA) said on Saturday it would maintain a blockade on oil production and exports that the National Oil Corp (NOC) says has cost the country $6.5 billion in lost revenue.
The video showed the group of Egyptians while standing with their hands raised, as a form of punishment and humiliation, and forced to chant against President Sisi. Egyptian Parliament and Immigration Ministry have promised a strong response.
The Libyan authorities on Wednesday said it freed a group of Egyptian workers in Tarhunah, southeast of the capital Tripoli, who have been kidnapped and humiliated by militias that are believed to be allied to the Government of National Accord, which Egyp
Libyan Armed Forces were able to impose control over the town after a raid launched by the Air Force against militias' concentrations on the Western Mountain.