CBL forms committee to monitor foreign currency demand

The governor of the Central Bank of Libya has decided to establish a committee to examine the demand for foreign currency following a memorandum from his deputy, Marai Al-Barassi. 

The committee, headed by the Director of Banking and Currency Supervision, along with five other members, will oversee the demand for foreign currency from documentary credits, personal purposes cards, and public entity requests, comparing it with the available revenues to achieve a balance in the year-end payment balance. 


Libyan PM follows up on Tripoli International Stadium's maintenance

The Libyan Prime Minister inspected the maintenance and development work at the Tripoli International Stadium, as workers continued to work on the seats and the pitch of the stadium during the visit, as work on the hybrid turf for the stadium's pitch began three days ago.


Murder of several men takes place in Abu Salim in Tripoli

Identical sources from the Abu Salim area in Tripoli said that 11 people, including brothers, were killed on Saturday night, in what appeared to be a targeted killing operation, while the victims were present in a vacation house in the Al-Hadba Project area of the Abu Salim municipality.

Some sources described what happened as a "massacre," while they did not determine the reason for committing this crime, as it was not possible to obtain official information. Libyan social media circulated conflicting information about the incident since Sunday morning.


Education minister commits to educational reform, teacher skill development

Minister of Education Musa Al-Maqrif pledged to work on reforming educational programs and updating curricula in Libya, developing teachers, and enhancing their teaching and digital education skills. 

The Minister's remarks came during his address before the National Committee for Education, Culture, and Science at the Maghreb Regional Forum on Digital Transformation in Education in Tunisia.

The event convened under the auspices of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the Tunisian Ministry of Education.


Minister of Health confirms availability of oncology treatment drugs inside Libya

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health Ramadan Abu Janah has confirmed the availability of oncology treatment drugs inside the country.

This came during a meeting of the security committee charged with monitoring the health sector, which was chaired by the Minister of Health to follow up and address the obstacles facing the file of oncology patients.


Current developments of the Libyan crisis

There were reports of arrangements for a meeting in Morocco between Mohamed Takala, Head of the High Council of State, and Agila Saleh, Speaker of the House of Representatives. The purpose of the meeting is to resume consultations on controversial issues in election laws and unify the executive authority.

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