A Gathering of political, scholarly, religious and revolutionary figures was held in Tripoli Tuesday evening to show solidarity with the member of Islamic Studies and Researches Council at Libya’s Fatwa House, Dr. Nader Al-Omrani, who was kidnapped on October 06.
Misrata-based Iron and Steel Factory has linked the raise in its products’ prices to the increase of their cost, which it said is tied to the decrease of production at the factory following pressure to cut down its use of electricity and natural gas.
London meeting on Libya, held on Monday and Tuesday, has discussed a number of procedures that can remedy Libya’s shakable economy, media outlets have reported.
The New Arab website reported reliable sources as saying that besides healing the cash shortages in Libya, the western powers discussed how to pump dollars into the Libyan market again as well as the resumption of oil exportation.
The United Arab Emirates has now officially been shown to have obtained ground in Libya’s east through a military base it had set up in Al-Marj on the site of an old airstrip in a region known as Al-Sulaiyah, according to The New Arab.
“The UAE’s military base supports the operations of Khalifa Haftar in eastern Libya,” a Libyan military official formerly affiliated to the renegade Gen. confirmed to The New Arab.