The Chairman of the Administrative Board of the Turkish Karanfil Group, Murtaza Karanfil, said cruise voyages between Turkey and Libya are boosting trade and tourism relations between the two countries.
The Chairman of the General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL), Wiam Al-Abdali, said that the municipalities that cooperate with GECOL and adhere to the plan for power loads would not experience load shedding hours, calling on all municipalities to follow the example of Abu Salim municipality for the benefit of the residents and to reduce energy consumption.
Members of the judiciary police apparatus announced in a statement the suspension of work in all branches, calling on the Government of National Unity to provide food supplies and approve medical insurances for members of the apparatus.
The judiciary police strike includes, according to a statement published by Al-Zawiya branch, the cessation of visits to all reform and rehabilitation institutions, and the transportation of inmates to prosecutions and courts, with the exception of inmates whose imprisonment terms have ended.
The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) says it has prevented the Swiss company Galoli and its partners from seizing its assets in France.
The LIA confirmed on Facebook that it had won two court rulings to annul the Swiss acquisition.
According to the LIA, Galoli contracted with government entities in 2008 to provide media services. However, following the 2011 uprising in the country, the Swiss company demanded financial compensation and entered a legal dispute that continued until 2016.