Former Libyan PM Khalifa al-Ghwell makes low-key visit to the Elysée
Khalifa al-Ghwell is preparing to return to the fronts lines of the Libyan political scene and play a leading role against the current Prime Minister.
The traditional representatives of French companies established in Libya plus their state and private partners will meet at the end of the month at the initiative of MEDEF International and the Franco-Libyan Chamber of Commerce.
Caroline Hurndall, the UK ambassador to Libya, is seeking to unite the presidential candidates in advance of a postponement of the election. This plan B, drawn up without the blessing of France and the United States, could be favourable to Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dabaiba.
The French employers' association Medef and the Franco-Libyan chamber of commerce are back in Libya and hope to organise an oil summit in Paris in February. But they are likely to have to wait a little longer for any major contracts.
The city state of Misrata, which once constituted the hard core of the Al Fajr Libya coalition controlling western Libya, is offering increasingly visible support to its former adversary, eastern army general Khalifa Haftar.According to our sources, it was at [.