The Libyan Ministry of Health announced Sunday that the number of casualties caused by the clashes that broke out Saturday between armed groups in the capital, Tripoli, amounts to 32 deaths and 159 injuries.
Okasha explained that such reality incurred the use of arms against Fathi Bashagha.
Local media reported Tuesday that Turkey had transported into Libya HAWK missile batteries and a 3D-Radar.
The visit took place on December 27, 2020.
Thousands of militants and foreign mercenaries affiliated to the militias protecting the Government of National Accord (GNA) are amassing eastern Misrata.
The flow of Turkish military personnel into Libya began this year.
The conflict results in the sabotage of infrastructure and utilities.
That is the first since he took office in October 2020.
The ambassadors said that the MoU "infringes upon the sovereign rights of third states, does not comply with the law of the Sea, and cannot produce any legal consequences for third states."
Both individuals are Libyan while the companies are based in Turkey, Jordan, and Kazkhstan and operate in the maritime and aviation sectors.
On September 28, a deal was reached to resume oil production and export.
The disagreement between Meshry and Maiteeq is not the first within the GNA.
Shokry added that certain entities bring foreign mercenaries in the country and that they deal with terrorist organizations that target the innocent.
Those will be deployed in the areas controlled by Turkey and its proxies in Syria.
Shokry affirmed that Egypt backs all steps aimed at achieving de-escalation and a political solution.
Abou Al Gheit and Williams congrued on the necessity of building upon the ceasefire declarations issued on August 21.
Several others were wounded by armed men who fired live rounds.
Demonstrators took to the streets in Trippoli and Misrata controlled by the GNA to protest corruption and the deterioration of utilities.
Source at the Libyan National Army (LNA) told MENA that the defense ministers of Qatar and Turkey visited Prime Minister of Tripoli-based GNA Fayez al-Sarraj on August 17.
A source at the Libyan National Army (LNA) told Al Arabiyah that the Libyan Armed Forces eliminated a terrorist cell affiliated to the Islamic State (IS).