Libya : Law Enforcement takes over the Ras Jadeer border crossing with Tunisia from the Chief of Staff Libya : Law Enforcement takes over the Ras Jadeer border crossing with Tunisia from the Chief of Staff

Libya : Law Enforcement takes over the Ras Jadeer border crossing with Tunisia from the Chief of Staff

Libya : Law Enforcement takes over the Ras Jadeer border crossing with Tunisia from the Chief of Staff

The head of the Libyan Joint Security Chamber, Major General Abdel Hakim Al-Khaitouni, announced that he had assumed the duties of securing the Ras Ijdir border crossing from the General Staff of the National Unity Government forces.

Al-Khaitouni, who also heads the Law Enforcement Department, said, “The Minister of Interior in the unity government, Imad Trabelsi, assigned the administration to remain at the port until it is handed over to the relevant agencies charged with maintaining it, restructuring it, and then operating it.”

The Security Chamber previously denied the withdrawal of its members from the Ras Jadir border crossing, after a video clip was circulated on social media pages showing cars leaving the port, said to be belonging to the Chamber.

The Ras Ajdir port has been closed since last March 18, following Trabelsi’s decision, which came against the backdrop of violence witnessed at the port.

On March 27, the Minister of the Interior issued Resolution No. 389 of 2024 requiring the formation of a joint chamber, in coordination with the Chief of Staff and the Office of the Attorney General, to establish security and order in the border region with Tunisia, extending from the sea in the north to the borders of the Al-Assa region in the south.

Trabelsi specified the room's equipment at 20 patrols equipped from the Internal Security Service, a sufficient number from the Deterrence Service, fifty patrols from the Stability Support Service, a sufficient number from the Electronic Aviation Service, 50 patrols from the Public Security Service and security stations, and the same from the Directorate Support Service and the Anti-Immigration Service. And 30 patrols from the Anti-Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Service, 50 equipped patrols from the Security Threats Combat Service, and the same from the Border Guard Service, the General Administration of Security Operations, the General Administration of Central Support and the General Administration, in addition to 120 members and four equipped boats from the General Administration of Coastal Security. And ten patrols equipped by the Information and Follow-up Office.

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  3. On March 27, the Minister of the Interior issued Resolution No. 389 of 2024 requiring the formation of a joint chamber, in coordination with the Chief of Staff and the Office of the Attorney General, to establish security and order in the border region with Tunisia, extending from the sea in the north to the borders of the Al-Assa region in the south.

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  4. The Ras Ajdir port has been closed since last March 18, following Trabelsi’s decision, which came against the backdrop of violence witnessed at the port.

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  5. The Ras Ajdir port has been closed since last March 18, following Trabelsi’s decision, which came against the backdrop of violence witnessed at the port.

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  6. -Khaitouni, who also heads the Law Enforcement Department, said, “The

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  7. Informative

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