The member of the anti-coronavirus advisory committee, Haider Al-Sayeh, said Wednesday that the first batch of Coronavirus vaccines "is ready and awaiting delivery to Libya".
Al-Sayeh added that they had talked to Libyan Airlines company to receive and deliver the batch of vaccines to Libya, adding that the first shipment of COVAX vaccines is ready.
The parliamentary committee, tasked with receiving CVs for the candidates for sovereign positions, said it had finished the form of requirements for the posts.
The committee agreed in its third meeting via Zoom to start accepting applications for the sovereign posts from April 01 to April 08, in addition to receiving applications at the House of Representatives Secretary Office in Benghazi as well as its offices in Tripoli and Sabha on the allocated website.
Libyan authorities in Al-Zawiya city released Wednesday 120 prisoners from Brigade 107 of Khalifa Haftar's forces. The men were taken captives in the early days of Haftar's attack on Tripoli back in 2019 as they tried to control Tripoli's western entrance checkpoint 27 coming from Surman.
Italy is seeking to open a consulate in Benghazi and an honorary consulate in the southern region said Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio.
Italian Nova news agency quoted Di Maio as saying that his visit to Libya with his French and German counterparts is telling evidence of European unity.
Tripoli hosted the Third German-Libyan Economic Experts Forum for the first time, as the previous versions took place in Tunisia and Berlin due to security reasons.
The forum brings together political decision-makers and business leaders from both countries to engage in dialogue on economic and energy policy and promoting vocational training.
The Head of the Nephrology Unit at the Ministry of Health, Dr. Majda Mousa, has warned that the stocks of kidney disease tools are barely sufficient to run the dialysis centres for another two weeks.
Dr. Mousa explained in statements to The Libya Observer on Wednesday that the amount transferred to the Medical Supply Department from the Central Bank of Libya falls far short of the health sector's requirements.