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- CNN: Wagner Mercenaries Dig Trenches, A Signal Not To Leave Libya
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- New Iranian Ambassador To Libya Expresses His Country’s Readiness To Restore Relations To Normal And To Intensify Visits
- Siala Discusses With The South Korean Ambassador To Libya Return Of Korean Companies To Resume Their Infrastructure And Reconstruction Projects
- Namroush And Al-Haddad Discuss With Idriss Debi Securing And Protecting Libyan-Chadian Borders.
Washington-US President-elect Joe Biden was reported to have selected veteran diplomat William Burns to the post of CIA Director. Biden held several diplomatic posts, serving under both democratic and Republican presidents. He served as deputy secretary of state under former President Barrack Obama, ambassador to Russia and Jordan, and assistant secretary of State for near east affairs. He is currently President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, an international think tank. Biden said in a statement circulated by the President-elect office 'Burns is the typical diplomat who has decades-long experience internationally to keep our country and people safe and secured.' The 64 years old had taken responsibility of the Libyan file and visited Libya repeatedly when he was Deputy Secretary of State of the United States.
Source: Libya News Agency