The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, announced the reopening of the coastal road, which links east and west, promising the realization of future endeavours to come.
According to the media office of Dbeibah on Friday, this step should alleviate the difficulty of traveling through extremely harsh desert roads, which affected the people of Libya in not only economic, security, and health terms, but also in social terms.
UNICEF Libya signed a partnership agreement with Libyan Wings, a private airline company, on Thursday with the aim to support the commemoration of UNICEF 75th anniversary which reaffirm UNICEF’s role as a leading architect and advocate for children's rights in Libya at this critical time as the country is aspiring for a better future.
Libyan national futsal team player, Ayman Al-Nagrish, died after getting infected with malaria in a match at the 2021 Minifootball Africa Cup of Nations, Youth and Sports Authority said, adding that several other team members (16 persons) - including the coach - were also infected with malaria.
The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU), Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, has stressed that addressing the problems of the displaced is among the priorities of the government, including the city of Murzuq, and that he is working continuously to meet with all parties in the city, and to form a ministerial committee to study the situation in the city.