Posts Tagged ‘Libya’

Libya: press coverage of Italy’s conference

13.November.2018 · Posted in news

We publish here a little press coverage about the ongoing conference in Palermo, Italian regional capital of Sicily, for and with Libya. Reports published the 13 Novembre 2018. Libya conference a success -govt sources – English – ANSA ...

We publish here a little press coverage about the ongoing conference in Palermo, Italian regional capital of Sicily, for and with Libya.

Reports published the 13 Novembre 2018.

Libya conference a success -govt sources – English – ANSA (more…)

Libya: polls between March and April – UN Envoy

13.November.2018 · Posted in news

Presidential elections in Libya will not happen on December 10. UN Special Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salamé, said a spike in violence had forced a postponement of the election date. In an interview before the Palermo conference, Salame said ...

Presidential elections in Libya will not happen on December 10. UN Special Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salamé, said a spike in violence had forced a postponement of the election date. In an interview before the Palermo conference, Salame said (more…)

Italy hosts peace conference on Libya as conflict still ongoing

13.November.2018 · Posted in news

Italy’s hosting an international conference on Libya this Monday. The aim is to end the conflict in the country that’s been dragging on since the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi in 2011. France has also been trying to establish itself as a regional peacemaker, though as Murad Gazdiev explains, there could be an ulterior motive behind ...

Italy’s hosting an international conference on Libya this Monday. The aim is to end the conflict in the country that’s been dragging on since the ousting of Colonel Gaddafi in 2011. France has also been trying to establish itself as a regional peacemaker, though as Murad Gazdiev explains, there could be an ulterior motive behind all the apparent good intentions.

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Libya: declaration of foreign ministers

19.October.2015 · Posted in politics

The Foreign Ministers of Algeria, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Qatar, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, UK and US, and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs call upon all parties to the Libyan Political Dialogue to immediately approve the political agreement brokered by UN Special Representative Leon following the meetings of the parties in Skhirat and ...

The Foreign Ministers of Algeria, France, Germany, Italy, Morocco, Qatar, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, UK and US, and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs call upon all parties to the Libyan Political Dialogue to immediately approve the political agreement brokered by UN Special Representative Leon following the meetings of the parties in Skhirat and Geneva.

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Libya: joint statement by western governments

17.August.2015 · Posted in news

Joint Statement on Libya by the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States The Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States strongly condemn the ongoing barbaric acts by ISIL-affiliated terrorists in the Libyan city of Sirte.  We are deeply concerned about reports that ...

Joint Statement on Libya by the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States

The Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States strongly condemn the ongoing barbaric acts by ISIL-affiliated terrorists in the Libyan city of Sirte.  We are deeply concerned about reports that these fighters have shelled densely populated parts of the city and committed indiscriminate acts of violence to terrorize the Libyan population.  We call on all parties in Libya aspiring to (more…)

Libya: joint declarations of foreign ministers

13.April.2015 · Posted in news

Foreign Ministers Fabius, Steinmeier, Gentiloni, García-Margallo, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Hammond, and Secretary of State Kerry welcome the resumption of the Libyan political dialogue under the auspices of Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) Bernardino Leon in Morocco April 15 and the next meeting of the political parties in Algeria April ...

Foreign Ministers Fabius, Steinmeier, Gentiloni, García-Margallo, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Hammond, and Secretary of State Kerry welcome the resumption of the Libyan political dialogue under the auspices of Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) Bernardino Leon in Morocco April 15 and the next meeting of the political parties in Algeria April 13. We strongly urge all participants to the dialogue to negotiate in good faith and use this opportunity to finalize agreements on the formation of a National Unity Government and make arrangements for an unconditional ceasefire. Only through compromise can Libya move toward a more secure, stable, and prosperous future.

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Libya: joint statement

07.February.2015 · Posted in politics

Joint Statement on Libya by the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States The governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States strongly condemn all acts of violence within Libya, including the February 3 attack carried out by forces operating under the Alshuruq Operation ...

Joint Statement on Libya by the Governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States

The governments of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States strongly condemn all acts of violence within Libya, including the February 3 attack carried out by forces operating under the Alshuruq Operation in the Oil Crescent area. These attacks undermine the efforts of Libyans who are working to bring peace and stability to the country through the UN-led negotiations. We share the UN’s assessment that these attacks constituted a major break in the public pledges made by the main commanders to refrain from actions that could harm the political process. There can be no military solution to Libya’s problems.  (more…)

New world order after Ivory Coast and Libya

02.January.2012 · Posted in Opinion

CASUALTIES OF IVORY COAST AND LYBIA HAVE BROUGHT ABOUT A NEW WORLD ORDER By Jean-Paul Pougala(*) Translated in English by Franclin Foping (Douala Cameroon) In 1945, the United Nations was created in the aftermath of the Second World War. Today a new world order is being established after the heaviest sacrifice of Africa, after the ...

CASUALTIES OF IVORY COAST AND LYBIA HAVE BROUGHT ABOUT A NEW WORLD ORDER

By Jean-Paul Pougala(*)
Translated in English by Franclin Foping (Douala Cameroon)

In 1945, the United Nations was created in the aftermath of the Second World War. Today a new world order is being established after the heaviest sacrifice of Africa, after the shock of thousands of deaths registered in Ivory Coast with 1,200 inhabitants of Duékoué and dozens of thousands of casualties in Lybia, despite the fact NATO is still insulting our intelligence by claiming that there was no casualty from their bombing campaign which includes 26,323 sorties, 9,658 air strikes, 7,700 bombs and missiles fired by NATO on the Lybian people, with the complicity of the United Nations that was meant to protect them. (more…)