November 2020

Libya’s NOC: September and October oil revenues reach over 347 million dollars

November 07, 2020 - 11:29
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Written By: LibyaMohammed

The National Oil Corporation (NOC) announced in a statement on Friday that the revenues of crude oil and derived products reached 347.1 million dollars during the months of September and October of this year, showing a downward compared to the same period during 2019 as the revenues reached 3.7 billion dollars.

NOC recorded a slight increase in revenues during October, after the status of force majeure was lifted at the port of Al-Harika and Brega, in addition to the resumption of exports as of September 24th.

TPF denies kidnapping citizens on identity at Mitiga Airport

November 07, 2020 - 11:24
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Written By: NewsDesk

The Tripoli Protection Force (TPF) denied on Friday claims that the Eighth Brigade (Nawasi) had kidnapped citizens on identity from Mitiga International Airport, confirming that Nawasi does not secure the Airport or its surrounding areas.

TPF called in a statement the concerned authorities to urgently investigate this incident, saying it will seek legal measure against those who spread the “rumours”.

UNICEF: Lives of Libyan children at risk due to shortage of vaccines

November 06, 2020 - 22:44
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Written By: NewsDesk

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has warned of severe shortages of basic crucial vaccines in Libya due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, which led to the closure of borders and restriction of movement.

In a statement, UNICEF pointed out that 200 vaccine sites, chosen from Libya’s 700 sites, showed that each of the 200 sites were low on the BCG vaccine, used to protect children against tuberculosis (TB).

Russia welcomes withdrawal of resignation by Al-Sarraj in Libya

November 05, 2020 - 21:38
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Written By: AbdulkaderAssad

Russia welcomed Thursday the withdrawal of resignation by the Head of the Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord Fayez Al-Sarraj, who in September said he would step down at end of October.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov told reporters that Al-Sarraj's decision made sense as he would, by retracting his resignation, avoid plunging Libya in a political vacuum.