Bahrain welcomes success of UAE’s mediation to exchange captives between Russia, UkraineDbaiba meets with ambassadors of Arab, African and Islamic countries accredited to Libya.

MANAMA: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Bahrain has welcomed of the success of the UAE’s mediation regarding the exchange of captives between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Ukraine.

In a statement carried by the Bahrain News Agency, the ministry expressed its appreciation for the UAE’s diplomatic initiatives to resolve conflicts peacefully and to mitigate their humanitarian consequences.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also affirmed the Kingdom of Bahrain’s support for international efforts to achieve a ceasefire and to find a comprehensive and lasting political solution to the crisis between Russia and Ukraine through dialogue and negotiations, in accordance with the principles of international law and the UN Charter, in a way that contributes to promoting security, stability, and peace at the regional and international levels.

Source: Emirates News Agency

Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, Abdul Hamid Dbaiba met yesterday, Wednesday, with the ambassadors of Arab, African and Islamic countries accredited to Libya.

The meeting was attended by the Minister of State for Prime Minister and Council of Ministers Affairs, who is in charge of managing the tasks of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and a number of department directors at the Foreign Ministry, according to the Prime Minister’s Media Office.

In his speech during the meeting, Al-Dbaiba expressed his happiness with the return of embassies to work from inside Tripoli, which contributes to integration and cooperation with all countries by activating the work of embassies and communicating directly with all the various Libyan institutions to develop bilateral relations.

Dbaiba explained the political vision of the national unity government that supports the efforts of the UN envoy Abdullah Batili, by holding fair elections in accordance with fair and impartial laws.

He also affirmed his supp
ort for regional efforts and their unification to calm the situation in Sudan, and defuse the crisis through Arab and African efforts.

The meeting discussed a number of issues related to granting visas and opening flight destinations to Arab and Islamic countries, and the need for embassies to contribute to overcome any difficulties facing these service files.

According to the office, the meeting was attended by the ambassadors of Bahrain, Algeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Yemen, Palestine, Sudan, Somalia, Tunisia, Congo, Turkey, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Ghana, Niger, Nigeria, Eritrea, Mali, and Burkina Faso. Guinea Conakry, Chad, Bangladesh, Benin, Comoros, and Pakistan.

Source: Libyan News Agency