“The Italian government has informed us of its decision to lift the flight ban imposed on Libyan civil aviation 10 years ago. Flights will resume next September,” Dbeiba said in a statement.
Let us remember that there are currently two governments in Libya, each of which does not recognize the other. Dbeiba’s Cabinet is supported by the UN and is based in Tripoli. For its part, the alternative government, which operates with the support of the Libyan parliament, is located in Sirte and is headed by Osama Hammad.