Die Karte benötigt Flash. Bitte installieren Sie einen aktuellen Flashplayer.
United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)
Beginn: 05/13Zum Einsatz
European Union Naval Force Mediterranean (EU)
Denmark willing to destroy chemical weapons in Libya (15.08.2016)
The Danish government said it is ready to send a container vessel, a support ship and 200 staff to rid Libya of chemical weapons. The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemicals Weapons (OPCW) which is backed by the UN would be led by Denmark in coordination with Finland and other countries.
The head of Libya’s national oil company has lashed out at the United Nations, suggesting the head of the international organisation’s mission to his country, Martin Kobler, had set a dangerous precedent by seeking a deal with one of the militias blocking Libya’s oil ports.
Libyan forces recapture ISIL headquarters in Sirte (11.08.2016)
Libyan pro-government forces say they have captured the headquarters of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Sirte, scoring a major victory in the group's last stronghold in the country.
On Wednesday, Prime Minister Fayez Al-Sarraj of the UN-backed Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) said that no foreign troops are needed to fight Libya’s battle against ISIS.
US fighter jets target ISIL in Libya for first time (02.08.2016)
The Pentagon said the raids were launched in response to a request from the unity government, known as the Government of National Accord (GNA).
Petroleum Facilities Guard signs deal with UN-backed government to reopen two oil ports (01.08.2016)
An agreement to open two oil ports was finally reached between the UN-backed government in Tripoli (GNA) and the Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) which has been protecting the Ras Lanuf and Es Sider oil ports in eastern Libya. The ports were shut down due to clashes between various militia groups...
Islamist-backed demonstrations, sparked by the revelation that a trio of French special forces troops were recently killed in Libya, could be a pretext for an attempt to replace Libya's U.N.-brokered "unity" government, experts fear.