The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, said the members of the House of Representatives (HoR) plunged Libya into “a dark tunnel” in the last years due to their political maneuvers so they could stay in their positions, adding that the Libyan parliament is “now kidnapped”.
The Libyan Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, has summoned the Egyptian chargè d'affaires Tamer Mustafa over Egyptian media conversations inciting Egypt to invade Libya by likening what happened between Russia and Ukraine to the same situation between Libya and Egypt (border neighbors).
The Egyptian diplomat said the statements were made by parties that don't represent the Egyptian government and its position on Libya, while Al-Mangoush reiterated the historic relationship between the two neighboring countries.
A Libyan student that went missing in Ukraine had been found and is in good health, the Libyan Ambassador to Ukraine, Adel Issa, has said, confirming that he is on his way with other Libyan students to the city of Lviv, near the Polish border.
Libyan social platforms had circulated news regarding a Libyan student being killed in a Russian bombing operation before the Libyan embassy denied such news, saying that no Libyan national was killed in the ongoing clashes in Ukrainian.
Libya’s Oil and Gas Ministry has denounced the joint statement of the embassies of France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom and United States that reiterated support for the National Oil Corporation (NOC) and considered it an intervention in domestic affairs and an attempt to control decision making in Libya and its resources.
Lawyers for Libyan families who say their relatives were victims of Khalifa Haftar's offenses have petitioned US Judge Leonie Brinkema to reopen the case against the former regarding the war crimes he allegedly committed in Libya.
The lawyer of Al-Jarari family requested the court to expedite Haftar's trial and sue him for "the horrific crimes against the children and families who did not obtain the right to defend themselves in the Libyan courts."