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Source: African Energy Chamber |

Libya’s Oil & Gas Minister to promote exploration opportunities at African Energy Week (AEW) 2024

Mohamed Aoun will return to the African Energy Week: Invest in African Energy conference this November to discuss upcoming exploration opportunities and strategies to increase production

Amid efforts to bolster investment in hydrocarbon exploration, Libya’s Minister of Oil and Gas, Mohamed Aoun, will return to the African Energy Week (AEW): Invest in African Energy conference to connect with global investors. During the conference – scheduled for November 4-8 in Cape Town – Aoun is expected to…

Source: UN News |

Security Council: Continued Libya impasse threatens country’s future

Libya has remained mired in deep crisis since the postponement of national elections, originally planned for December 2021

Progress towards credible elections in Libya is impossible without an agreement between the key political players, the UN’s top envoy to the north African country said on Thursday. They must put aside self-interest, negotiate in good faith and reach an agreement on a unified government, while also ensuring national polls…

Source: United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) |

Young Libyan women advocate for inclusion in conflict resolution and national reconciliation at Brussels event

The Ra’idat programme aims to train 30 young women from across Libya each year, supporting them to build their communications, advocacy and leadership skills

Five young women from various Libyan regions travelled to Brussels as part of UNSMIL’s Ra’idat programme, to engage with European diplomats and discuss the impact of conflict and political instability on the youth of Libya. In an evening event with 50 diplomats, held in partnership with Young Professionals in Foreign…

Source: Amnesty International |

Libya: Internal Security Agency must end abuses in name of ‘guarding virtue’

ISA’s vicious campaign, praised publicly by senior Awqaf officials, has targeted mainly Libyan youths, especially from the Amazigh community

Over the past year, the Tripoli-based Internal Security Agency (ISA) has subjected dozens of men, women and children to a range of abuses, including enforced disappearance, arbitrary detention and torture, with some facing the death penalty, under the guise of “guarding virtue,” said Amnesty International today. Amnesty International has gathered…

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The State of Qatar |

Vice President of Libyan Presidential Council Meets Qatar's Ambassador

During the meeting, they discussed cooperation relations between the two fraternal countries

HE Vice President of the Presidential Council of the State of Libya Musa Al Koni met with HE Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Libya Khalid Mohammed bin Zabin Al Dosari. During the meeting, they discussed cooperation relations between the two fraternal countries.

Source: United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) |

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Libya thanks the Government and people of the Netherlands for their support to Protect Children on the Move in Libya

Over the next three years the Government of the Netherlands will support UNICEF to enable the protection of thousands of children on the move through service provision and strengthened institutional capacity in Libya

UNICEF Libya and the Government of the Netherlands have signed an agreement of US$ 4 million to Protect Children on the Move in Libya and provide them with a safe and protective environment. This agreement forms part of the Government of the Netherlands policy to provide targeted support for children…

Source: UNICEF, Middle East and North Africa |

Children’s learning environment is improved in Wadi Otbah, Libya

Equipped with new rehabilitated classrooms, proper toilets, and clean drinking water, Wadi Otbah Taqrouteen School is now welcoming motivated students

Located in Wadi Otba Municipality in South Libya, Taqrouteen School has been around since 1970. Originally a simple brick building set up through community efforts, the school faced challenges over the years due to poor maintenance. With just four run-down and overcrowded classrooms, the learning environment was inadequate. The school's…

Source: United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) |

Libya’s Rich Cultural Heritage is Important for Young People to Celebrate

The young women, participants from across Libya in the UNSMIL-led Ra’idat training programme, toured the UNESCO World Heritage site and joined DSRSG Gagnon at the amphitheater built around 68 AD

A group of young women from across Libya joined Deputy Special Representative for the Secretary General and Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Georgette Gagnon, on a visit to Leptis Magna to highlight the importance of Libya’s cultural heritage for the country’s future and its young people. The young women, participants from…

Source: Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Foreign Affairs |

Press Release: Regarding the Visit of H.E. Mr. Hakan Fidan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Türkiye, to Libya

During the meetings, bilateral relations as well as current developments in Libya and the region will be discussed

H.E. Mr. Hakan Fidan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Türkiye, will visit Libya on 7 February 2024. During the meetings, bilateral relations as well as current developments in Libya and the region will be discussed.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The State of Qatar |

Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Meets Speaker of Libyan House of Representatives

The meeting discussed cooperation relations between the two brotherly countries and ways to support and develop them

HE Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani met, in his office on Tuesday, with HE Speaker of the House of Representatives of the sisterly State of Libya Aguila Saleh. The meeting discussed cooperation relations between the two brotherly countries and ways to…