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Excerpts and Video: SRSG Leon Addresses the Media on Progress in Libyan Dialogue

We continue to work here in skhirat. As you know, I was out for a few hours in a short trip in which I could visit Tobruk and Tripoli. We had an exchange of views on how to expedite the talks. I had told you, I think in our last …

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Libyan parliament in Tobrouk welcomes UN suggestions

Mohammed Chouaib, the head of a Libyan delegation from the UN-recognised government in the eastern city of Tobruk on Tuesday welcomed UN proposals to solve the current split in his country, but he said they will require a lot of hard work to enact, the Anadolu news agency reported.

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UNSMIL Presents to Parties Ideas to End Political Crisis, Military Conflict, Hopes to Expedite Talks

After weeks of discussions with all the parties and in light of the deteriorating military situation that threatens with further escalation as progress is made in the political dialogue, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya Bernardino Leon visited both Tobruk and Tripoli where he presented some ideas to expedite …

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Leon: Talks on Libya making progress

The UN Secretary General’s Special Representative in Libya Bernadino Leon Monday expressed his optimism that talks on the formation of a unity government in Libya could start soon if current talks in Morocco made progress.

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Morocco talks take a break as Leon heads to Brussels to meet Libyan municipality representatives

The UN-brokered Libya dialogue negotiation taking place in Morocco have been paused temporarily with UN special Envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon flying to Brussels to chair a meeting of municipal representatives tomorrow, Monday, in a separate platform of the dialogue process.

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Understanding Instability in Libya: Will Peace Talks End the Chaos?

In February 2015, Libyans commemorated the 17th of February 2011, the day when the revolutionary movement against Qadhafi ended over 40 years of dictatorship and sparked a political transition away from authoritarian rule. Four years into Libya’s transition, however, not much is left of the political process that started out …

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