Tensions between Cairo and Tripoli paralyse Arab League
The European Union-Arab League gathering scheduled to take place in Cairo on 10 October is likely to be postponed indefinitely.
The Libyan prime minister has asked the French group Denos to once again take over the running of the Benghazi Medical Center, but an old debt has complicated the plan. Airbus, Bolloré and Idemia are meanwhile trying to revive the contracts promised by previous Libyan governments.
Mohamed Ali Al Darrat, the newly appointed head of the LFB, will remain Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dabaiba's special envoy to the United States, where he recently facilitated the signing of a new lobbying contract between Tripoli and Mercury Public Affairs.