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Meeting with Libyan Alumni in June 2016

The U.S. Embassy in Libya maintains dynamic engagement with the network of U.S. government sponsored exchange program alumni from Libya. Last summer, the Embassy hosted a group of alumni from the IVLP and Fulbright programs with a reception attended by U.S. Ambassador to Libya Peter Bodde. The alumni networked with the embassy team and with ...
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Preserving Historic Photographic Archives in Libya and Tunisia

In March 2017, U.S. Embassy Libya launched a workshop entitled, Preserving Historic Photographic Archives in Libya and Tunisia with representatives from the Libyan Department of Antiquities and the Tunisian Institute National du Patrimoine (INP) and the Bardo Museum. International experts in archeology and historic photographic preservation from the United States, Lebanon, and the UK led ...
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Engaging Libyan Youth on Cultural Heritage and Civic Engagement

In March 2017, U.S. Embassy Libya hosted a cultural heritage and civic engagement workshop in Tunis to help young people in Libya better understand cultural heritage protection. Former Deputy Chief of Mission Helen LaFave joined Libyan teachers, scouts, and girls guides leaders at the workshop. President and Chief Instigator of the American museum exhibit company ...
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Joint Statement by the Ambassadors to Libya of the People’s Republic of China, France, Russian Federation, the United Kingdom, and the USA

In light of recent violence in Libya’s south, including near the Tamanhint airbase, which risks escalating into renewed conflict. Taking note of relevant UN Security Council resolutions (UNSCRs), including UNSCRs 2213, 2259 and 2278, and Reiterating our determination to support the implementation of the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA) in order to alleviate the suffering of ...
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Statement by the Ambassadors to Libya of the People’s Republic of China, France, Russia, UK & the U.S

In light of recent conflict in Libya’s Oil Crescent and Tripoli, Taking note of relevant UN Security Council resolutions, including UNSCRs 2213, 2259 and 2278, Mindful that such attacks, including those against oil installations, threaten Libya’s peace, stability and security, We underscore that petroleum infrastructure, production, export and revenues belong to all Libyan people and ...
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