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Al-Musallh... Wishing you a Happy New Year 2022

Al-Musallh... Wishing you a Happy New Year 2022

A new year is coming and hope is renewed with the unity of a homeland in which everyone can live in peace, build and protect it Al-Musallh wishes you a…

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After a pause for years... The paper version of the Libyan magazine

After a pause for years... The paper version of the Libyan magazine "Al-Musallh" is reissued.

After a long wait, the new issue No. 48 was released, the paper version of the Libyan magazine "Al-Musallh", after an emergency hiatus that lasted for a few years, and…

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The Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 issues a statement regarding the opening of the coastal road, Sirte, Misurata.

The Joint Military Committee 5 + 5 issues a statement regarding the opening of the coastal road, Sirte, Misurata.

The 5 + 5 Joint Military Committee met at its headquarters in the city of Sirte to complete the arrangements for opening the coastal road and to discuss the implementation…

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 NATO refused to leave the Black Sea and will continue to strengthen interaction with its partners in the region.

NATO refused to leave the Black Sea and will continue to strengthen interaction with its partners in the region.

NATO does not intend to leave the Black Sea and will continue to strengthen interaction with its partners in the region, despite Russia's opposing position. This was stated by the…

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Following a request from the main international organization working to achieve a world free of chemical weapons, the United Nations Security Council today adopted a resolution authorizing the transfer of such weapons out of Libya for their safe, timely destruction.

By the text, the 15-member Council decided to “authorize Member States to acquire, control, transport, transfer and destroy chemical weapons […] to ensure the elimination of Libya's chemical weapons stockpile in the soonest and safest manner.”

The Council's action followed a decision on 20 July by the Executive Council of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) that called for international assistance to help Libya's national unity government expedite the destruction of its remaining Category 2 chemical weapons “outside of Libya.”

Endorsing the OPCW Executive Council decision, the Council through its resolution encouraged Member States to “assist the Government of National Accord in providing support, including personnel, technical expertise, information, equipment, and financial and other resources […] to enable the OPCW to implement the elimination of Libya's Category 2 chemical weapons safely and in the soonest practicable timescale.”

Further, the Council requested regular reporting from OPCW Director-General on its activities in this matter until the destruction of the remaining chemical weapons is complete and verified.

In a statement, OPCW Director-General, Ahmet Üzümcü, welcomed the Council resolution to extend international assistance to Libya.

“We will work with Libya and those countries able to provide support to ensure that this threat has been permanently eliminated,” he said. 

For more information, please visit : http://www.un.org

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