Libya's ambassador to Washington Wafa Bugaighis launches prestige overhaul of chancery
Libyan Ambassador to Washington Wafa Bugaighis is planning a major renovation of her country's embassy at 1460 Dahlia Street in Washington.
Extract of the Malta Government Gazette no. 19,411, published on April 17, 2015
As the rival governments in Tripoli and Tobruk negotiate fiercely over the creation of a national unity government, two blocs are fighting for control of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA). The first, which is backed by Tobruk, is led by former Aref Ali Nayed aides in the Libyan Stabilisation Team set up after the revolution.
Officially "neutral" with regards Libya's rival governments, the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) is nonetheless increasingly in the hands of associates of Faysel Gergab, who is himself close to the Tobruk government. On Feb. 6, the sovereign Libyan fund liquidated its [.