The Libyan Foreign Ministry expressed its vehement condemnation of statements made by the French President, Emmanuel Macron, which showed insult towards the revered Prophet Mohammed, PBUH, demanding an immediate unequivocable apology to the entire Islamic world.
Tripoli Protection Force reiterated on Sunday its rejection of the list of names invited by the UN mission to participate in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), saying the names mentioned should have been on the Attorney General Office's list.
"Many of those in the mission's list are controversial figures that had contributed to the destruction of the country and are accused of sparking sedition," the force said in a statement on Facebook.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) lifted on Monday the force majeure on El-Feel oil field, declaring that by doing that it ends all the closures of oilfields and ports in Libya.
The NOC confirmed in a statement on Facebook that Mellitah company has been instructed to resume production in El Feel oil field permitting the gradual return of Mellitah crude to its normal level in the next few days.
The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) kicked off online today, while the direct, in-person meeting is due to take place on November, 9, in the Tunisian capital, according to a statement by the UN mission in Libya.
A statement by the High Council of State (HCS) on Sunday emphasized that the ceasefire agreement signed in Geneva on Friday is between a legitimate authority and a rebel group that tried to seize power by force.
The council insisted the agreement did not include the "legal agreements" concluded by the legitimate executive authority with Turkey.
The “Kashmir Black Day” is observed on 27 October every year to condemn the landing of Indian troops in Srinagar in 1947. This year it assumes even greater significance due to Indian military siege, communication blockade and also repressions on Kashmiris’ fundamental freedoms in illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir since 5th August 2019. Condemning Indian human rights violations, and issuing solidarity statements by the international community is a vindication of Pakistan’s principled stance on the dispute.