The Chairman of the Libyan Post Telecommunications & Information Technology Company (LPTIC) Faisel Gergab discussed with the UK ambassador to Libya, Nicholas Hopton, using British technology in internet security, in addition to joint cooperation in Telecommunications, upgrading and investments.
LPTIC said the meeting also saw discussion about the return of British companies specialized in internet technology and telecommunications to work in Libya and take part in strategic planning for future projects.
Africa Report magazine said there is a proposal by the United States for staggered elections in Libya that will end in September 2022 to save the roadmap.
The magazine said the US proposal was presented to P3+2 countries (France, Germany, Italy and United Kingdom), which are Libya stakeholders, adding that the proposal hasn't been made public yet.
The spokesman for the Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) Abdullah Blehiq said there is no need for quorum for the questioning session of the Government of National Unity on Monday, especially that the previous session was suspended.
Meanwhile, several HoR members doubted that the session would be held due to lack of quorum, though Blehiq confirmed it would be.
Libya Film Institute held the final stop of "Five x Five" film screening series in Sabratha on Saturday. Many filmmakers, journalists, and activists attended the screening of five films, which was followed by a panel discussion on the role that films and cinema play in addressing issues of society. The first, second, third and fourth stops held consecutively in Sabha, Tripoli, Misrata, and Benghazi.
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Telecom Holding Company, Faisal Qarqab, has held a meeting with the Egyptian ambassador to Libya, to follow up on the agreements that were signed in the field of communications, technology, training and development, during the visit of the delegation of leaders from Libya’s information and communications technology (ICT) sector to Egypt last June.