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December 4, 2019

Libya hails deal with Turkey on maritime boundaries

A memorandum on maritime boundaries in the eastern Mediterranean Sea is important to secure Libya’s natural resources, the country’s High Council of State said Tuesday.

Libya’s UN-recognized"...

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December 3, 2019

Libya: teachers go back to work after agreement to raise salaries

Many schools in Libya have reopened as teachers return to work following a union announcement on Saturday night about the suspension of the strike that started in September. “Classes will resume based on the agreement by the union with the House of Representatives to raise teachers’"...

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December 3, 2019

Geneva to host meeting of parties to the Libyan crisis this month

United Nations envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame has said that it is most likely to convene a meeting between parties concerned with the crisis in Libya during the first half of this month, in Geneva, Switzerland.

He"...

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November 19, 2019

Riyadh on Track to Become Sustainable City – International Experts

A panel of prominent international experts from various academic and professional fields have concluded a symposium on Riyadh’s plans to become a world-class sustainable city.

The Symposium, hosted by The"...

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November 18, 2019

NOC Chairman Discuss Region's Needs With Notables of Sinoun

Tripoli, 17 November 2019(Lana) The Chairman of the Board of the National Oil Company Mustafa Sun'allah has discussed with a delegation of notables and sheikhs of the town of Sinoun developments needs as part the company's approach to communities surrounding oil fields.

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November 18, 2019

PC Vice President participates in seminar on Libya in France

The Vice President of the Presidential Council (PC), Ahmed Maiteeq has attended an economic seminar in the French capital of Paris under the slogan “Libyan Opportunities”.

Maiteeq opened the event"...

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November 13, 2019

Libya's Presidential Council decreases salaries of government officials by 40%

The Libyan Presidential Council has ordered a decrease of 40% in salaries of its government ministers and its own members, including the Head Fayez Al-Sarraj, and another decrease of 30% in salaries of Presidential Council's advisers, starting 2020.

The"...

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