Yesterday night, and even the early hours of Tuesday, witnessed a number of important events at the local and global levels, some of which are reviewed in the following report.
Al-Arabiya satellite correspondent said that Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, commander of the Libyan National Army, left the Russian capital, Moscow, on Tuesday morning, without signing a ceasefire agreement in Libya.
The Libyan Observatory newspaper said that Field Marshal Khalifa Hifter, commander of the Libyan National Army, and his accompanying delegation, had already left the Russian capital Moscow on Tuesday morning, without signing a ceasefire agreement.
A military source close to the leadership of the Libyan National Army said today, Tuesday, that the commander-in-chief of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, left Moscow without signing the ceasefire agreement.
Al-Arabiya Al-Hadath channel reported, in an urgent news to it, that the General Command of the Libyan National Army announced on its official page on the Facebook site that the army personnel were “ready and determined to achieve victory.”
A prominent Houthi leader was killed, along with 3 of his companions, in a specific operation carried out by the Joint Resistance Forces special unit, on Tuesday morning, in the Al-Barh Front in Taiz Governorate, southwest of Yemen.
The Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Democrat Nancy Pelosi, expressed her belief that the investigation hearings to isolate US President Donald Trump reached “enough evidence to isolate him” in the trial that the Senate will hold.
The Legislative and Constitutional Affairs Committee in the House of Representatives, headed by Counselor Bahaa Abu Apartment, decided to postpone discussion of the Prime Minister’s decision of a draft law to amend some provisions of Law No. 12 of 1996 issuing the Child Law.
The House of Representatives, in its session today, witnessed the presence of a number of ministers today, speaking with a number of statements regarding energy subsidies for factories and the mechanisms of new dealing by the Ministry of Electricity with citizens’ bills.
Actress Esaad Younes, hosted on the “Her Excellency” program, broadcast on DMC, Dr. Ghada Wali, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Crime, former Minister of Social Solidarity.
The journalist, Amr Adib, presented a paragraph on electronic cigarettes and compared their damages to the regular traditional cigarettes, in his “Story” program broadcast via MBC Egypt.
Captain Magdi Abdel-Ghani, a former member of the Football Association Council, said that the published judgment on his imprisonment was issued in absentia by the first instance court in more than two months, and he submitted an objection to it.
Representative Dalia Youssef, a member of the House of Representatives, revealed the details of her request for a briefing on the containment of a number of children’s books circulating in the market, sexual and extremist stories calling for intolerance, terrorism and violence.
Dr. Ayman Hamza, a spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, said that the ministry collects cleaning fees on electricity receipts for the benefit of localities, as it is a mediator between them and the citizen.
The media, Amr Adeeb, said that the militias in Libya are of two types; the first is political militias that emerged from tribes after the fall of Gaddafi’s rule, and others are extremists.
Engineer Muhammed Shuaib, CEO of “East Gas” company, said that Turkey knows very well the lack of enforceability of the agreement it signed with the Libyan government of Al-Sarraj.
Majid Fahmy, Chairman of the Industrial Development Bank, said that the state never interferes in setting the price of the dollar against the pound, and it depends on supply and demand.