Home / LIBYA / Ali Zeidan, PM of Libya tells euronews he hopes his government won’t be forced to take action to open oilfields

Ali Zeidan, PM of Libya tells euronews he hopes his government won’t be forced to take action to open oilfields

BY EURO NEWS
Over two years after the fall of the Gaddafi regime, Libyans are still dreaming of law and order. But they find themselves surrounded by chaos, in an explosive environment under the control of both tribal and extremist militia. Libya has become a source of concern throughout the region. To discuss topics such as disarmament, security, economy and
To read the full news, share this page by clicking one of the buttons below.

Check Also

Kobler in Moscow for Libya talks

By Alessandra Bocchi. Tunis, 6 February 2017: In a bid to firm up Russian support for the Libyan Political Agreement and ensure coordination with international efforts to secure a peaceful settlement in the country, UN special envoy to Libya Martin Kobler has been in Moscow for talks with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov.