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EU source: Operation Irini commander heads to Libya to discuss training Libyan Coast Guard

The commander of Operation Irini concerned with monitoring the implementation of the UN Security Council resolution banning the supply of weapons to Libya, will soon travel to the capital, Tripoli, to discuss the possibility of resuming the training program of the Libyan Coast Guard, an informed European source told the …

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Turkey: army is deployed in Libya to protect rights and interests of the people

Turkey has confirmed that its soldiers are deployed in Libya to protect the rights and interests of the Libyan people, Anadolu has reported. Defence Minister Hulusi Akar also stressed the importance of Libya’s sovereignty and independence during a meeting with Turkish officers operating in Libya attended by Libyan Chief of …

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Libyan prime minister warns of ‘war merchants’ attempting to restart conflict.

Libya’s interim Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid al-Dbeibah, warned on Thursday that there were attempts to restart the country’s conflict, also saying that foreign mercenaries had tried to block a government delegation from entering the city of Sirte.

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Libya’s 5+5 JMC warns of naming parties hindering coastal road

The Libyan 5+5 Joint Military Commission (JMC) said in a statement on Thursday, after meetings in Sirte that were attended by the Head of the Presidential Council Mohammed Menfi and UN representatives, that if the efforts to reopen the coastal road continued to be impeded, it would call out the …

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