Tag Archives | France

Stream boosts Start-ups at Summer Camp

Stream has successfully boosted the first batch of ideas and start-ups participating in its summer camp In a beautiful heartwarming event, Stream summer camp, an intensive 6-week business incubation and acceleration programme, has come to an end. The participants who came from 7 different Libyan cities expressed their feelings and talked about their experience in […]

Joint Statement on the Truce in Libya

Joint Statement by the Governments of France, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States on the Truce in Libya The following is the text of a joint statement by the governments of France, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States: The governments of France, Italy, […]

P3+3: There can be no Military Solution in Libya

The governments of Egypt, France, Italy, the UAE, the UK and the US have given a statement on the ongoing hostilities in Tripoli and the situation in Libya: “The governments of Egypt, France, Italy, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America reiterate their deep concern about ongoing hostilities in […]

Libyan Cert in Entrepreneurship and Business Development

Libyan Chambers of Commerce and Universities create a joint certificate in entrepreneurship and business development In the framework of the Support to Libya for Economic Integration, Diversification and Sustainable Development (SLEIDSE), a €7.6 million project funded by the European Union, co-funded with €1.050 by the French government and implemented by Expertise France, Libyan Universities and […]

Foreign Firms in process of Renewing Libya Licences

By John Lee. A number of foreign firms have reportedly started work on renewing their licences to operate in Libya. According to Reuters, the Economy Ministry suspended 40 foreign firms in May on the grounds that their licenses had expired, before granting a grace period of three months to seek new ones. Tripoli-based economy minister […]

Tripoli Govt “Threatens to Suspend” 40 Foreign firms

By John Lee. The Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA) has reportedly asked 40 foreign firms to renew their licences or have their operations suspended. According to Reuters, the companies, including Total of France, have three months to renew their licences. The decree from the Ministry of Economy and Industry was issued while GNA Prime […]

NGOs challenge French donation to Libyan Coast Guard

Amnesty challenges French government’s ‘reckless’ donation to Libyan Coast Guard Eight NGOs have legally challenged the French government’s decision to donate six boats to the Libyan Navy, which includes the Libyan Coast Guard. Amnesty International is one of eight NGOs demanding that delivery of the boats is suspended, believing they would be used to intercept refugees and migrants […]

Tripoli Interior Ministry “stops dealing with France”

By John Lee. The interior minister in Libya’s Government of National Accord (GNA) has told ministry officials to “stop dealing with France” due to the latter’s support for renegade military commander Khalifa Haftar, Anadolu reports. Early this month, Haftar, who is affiliated with a rival government based in the country’s east, launched a military campaign […]