By Jami Prentis. Tunis, 5 February 2017: New passport equipment has arrived at the Libyan Embassy in Tunis which will allow it to process biometric passport applications. The equipment allows for an applicant’s photo and signature to be scanned and processed and the information sent to Tripoli where the passport is then issued. It will
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.