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Commissioner Georgieva appeals for protection of civilians in Sirte

07/10/2011 - Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva has called for international humanitarian law to be respected, and civilians caught up in the conflict in Sirte to be allowed to leave the Libyan city safely. (...)

Commission boosts humanitarian presence and funding in Libya

29/08/2011 - The European Commission has deployed a multi-sectoral team of humanitarian experts to Tripoli, and has opened a humanitarian office in the Libyan capital. The experts are ensuring that the assistance provided by the European Union in health, medicine, (...)

The Commission stands ready to step up humanitarian assistance inside Libya

22/08/2011 - Following the dramatic events in Libya, with the speedy passage of rebel troops into Tripoli, the European Commission is calling for for improved humanitarian access and stands ready to respond to potential new humanitarian needs inside the country. (...)

Commissioner Georgieva with Jakob Kellenberger © EU

The Commissioner meets with Jacob Kellenberger from the ICRC

31/05/2011 - Commissioner Georgieva met today with Jacob Kellenberger, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) – one of the EU's principal humanitarian partners. (...)

Commissioner Georgieva meeting journalists during her humanitarian mission to the Libya-Tunisia border in March © EU

Another €20 million to ensure Europe's adequate humanitarian support during the Libyan crisis

23/05/2011 - To continue responding to the humanitarian needs triggered by the conflict in Libya, the European Commission increased its aid by €20 million today. This brings to €70 million the Commission's support to the civilians affected by this crisis, (...)

ECHO Situation Map as of 25 April 2011 © EU

Commissioner Georgieva raises concern about the risk to the humanitarian lifeline to Libya

27/04/2011 - The shelling of Misrata seaport since Tuesday has moved the volatile humanitarian situation from bad to worse. "I am very worried that the thin humanitarian lifeline that our partner organisations had managed to establish through the Misrata seaport will break due to the ongoing fierce fighting," (...)

Egyptians running to get on the right bus to leave a refugee camp © Jim Hollander/Belga

From the border between Libya and Tunisia, Commissioner Georgieva announces tripling of EU aid in humanitarian crisis

03/03/2011 - The European Commission has just raised again the level of its response to the growing humanitarian crisis caused by continuing violence in Libya. From the Libyan-Tunisian border, where the humanitarian situation is compounded by the massive flow of people fleeing Libya, (...)

Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva reading her notes before the landing

The Commission boosts assistance for Libya's humanitarian crisis, Commissioner Georgieva travels to Tunisia to oversee humanitarian operations

02/03/2011 - The European Commission will step up its humanitarian aid to those fleeing violence in Libya - another urgent decision has just been announced by President Jose Manuel Barroso. This brings the Commission's crisis suport to 10 million EUR, which will cater for the most urgent needs of people crossing the Libyan borders. (...)

Commission allocates €3 million to address humanitarian aspects of the crisis in Lybia © EU

Commission allocates €3 million to address humanitarian aspects of the crisis in Libya

25/02/2011 - The European Commission has decided to allocate €3 million to respond to humanitarian needs in Libya and neighbouring countries. This emergency funding will provide medical and food aid, shelter and mattresses, blankets and hygiene kits for both Libyans and (...)