Today, the Council adopted a decision mandating the EU integrated border management assistance mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya) to actively support the Libyan authorities in contributing to efforts to disrupt organised criminal networks involved in smuggling migrants, human trafficking and terrorism.
Members of the Maritime Sub-Working on Libya (MSWG) held their first meeting in Tunis on 12 April 2018. The Libyan National Team for Border Security Management (NTBSM), represen tatives of General Administration for Coastal Security (GACS) and the Libyan Coast Guard and Port Security (LCG), the
Women’s participation in the security and justice sectors improves operational effectiveness, reduces corruption, diminishes sexual exploitation and abuse, increases accountability, improves accessibility and strengthens trust between authorities and civilians.
EUBAM Libya and its' staff work for the time being from its' second base in Tunis. The Mission's two-base-model provides the needed flexibility security wise and allows for an uninterrupted continuation of support activities. The Mission focused recently with their Libyan partners on
The Press and Public Information Officers in CSDP missions and operations have a broad portfolio. Their role is to (a) serve the local and international press; (b) inform the local, national and European public about the CSDP mission; (c) run a website containing all necessary content for a broad