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Remarks by SRSG Bernardino Leon to the media in Morocco, after the start of the round of dialogue

“We have just started this meeting, which the Libyans first of all and everybody in the region are expecting, really us, what we expect to be the last round, the final round of talks. We are getting closer to a solution. Obviously, the fact that all the participants in the …

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Libya Tripoli govt. delegation in Morocco for peace talks: UN

A delegation representing one of the Libyan rival factions has arrived in Morocco to hold a fresh round of peace talks brokered by the United Nations in a bid to resolve the ongoing conflict in the North African state, a UN official says.

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Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace urges all parties to act responsibly to ensure an inclusive political agreement

Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP), a leading Libyan women’s NGO, has expressed its firm conviction that the UN led Political Dialogue headed by Bernardino Leon, has reached an important stage towards achieving national consensus.

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As UN-backed talks continue, Security Council calls for political solution to Libyan crisis

The Security Council has emphasized the urgency for Libyan stakeholders to reach a political solution to the country’s crisis amid ongoing United Nations-facilitated talks.

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With time running out, UN sets Ramadan deadline for proposed Libya Govt

Following G7 meeting, leaders of Libya’s rival governments congregate in Germany for first direct talks with hopes of reaching an agreement by Ramadan.

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Libya’s Tobruk parliament agrees to join unity government, rejects power-sharing

Libya’s internationally recognised parliament, based in the port city of Tobruk, has agreed to join a national unity government, but rejected a proposed power-sharing scheme with a rival government which controls the country’s capital, Tripoli.

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Optimism among Dialogue delegates in Berlin but warnings that latest Draft will need amendements

For the first time, both sides in the UN-brokered Libya Dialogue process sat down at the same table to negotiate yesterday in Berlin where officials from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, the US and the EU as well as Russia and China, pressed them to accept the latest draft …

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