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Libya: Ceasefire agreement won’t affect MoUs with Turkey

Libyan authorities said Sunday that a permanent cease-fire reached during talks last week in Geneva would not affect military deals with Turkey and they would continue cooperation with Ankara. Libya’s Defense Ministry and High Council of…

Turkish military says to train 120 Libyan GNA soldiers

Turkey has started providing military training to 120 Libyan soldiers, Defense Ministry announced Monday. The training is being conducted with the aim of bringing the Libyan Army up to international standards and being held in the…

Libyan delegations to resume dialogue in Morocco on Thursday

Libyan High Council of State delegation arrived in Morocco on Tuesday for the second round of the dialogue slated for Thursday, according to a Libyan official. A delegation of the Libyan High Council of State arrived in the Moroccan city…

Haftar rejects ceasefire announced by Libyan GNA and HoR

Khalifa Haftar's forces on Sunday rejected a ceasefire proposal by the United Nations-supported Government of National Accord (GNA) and the House of Representatives based in Tobruk as a “deception,” claiming that the GNA was preparing to…

Libya, Germany discuss demilitarisation and ceasefire

The German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, who met his Libyan counterpart but not the Turkish or Qatari delegations on his visit to Libya, said the process started in Berlin remained the framework for resolving the conflict, and backed calls…

Libya, Turkey sign MoU in trade and economy cooperation

Libya and Turkey have inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to boost trade and economic ties, the Turkish trade minister said Thursday. The deal will lay the groundwork for resolving ongoing issues between Turkish firms and Libyan…

Two Russian military cargo planes land in Libya’s Sirte

Two Russian military cargo planes landed in Libya's strategic Sirte city - Gardabiya airbase - which is under the control of illegitimate forces loyal to putschist Khalifa Haftar, the Libyan Army under the Government of National Accord…