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Al-Mishri: We won’t participate in Geneva dialogue if attacks on civilians, airports continue

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri said if the military developments continue to be negative such as shelling airports and civilian targets, the HCS won’t take part in Geneva dialogue.

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Tripoli-based HoR discusses formation of Geneva forum dialogue committee

Tripoli-based House of Representatives (HoR) discussed on Monday, the formation of a dialogue team to represent it in Geneva talks. It was also agreed that members of the team are to be selected on a constituency basis and to take into account the representation of women and the social dimension.

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Al-Sweihli unanimously elected to represent High Council of State in Geneva

A source from the High Council of State (HCS) has confirmed that the members of the Ninth Circuit – Misurata, Zliten, Bani Walid and Tawergha – have unanimously elected Abdelrahman Al-Sweihli as their representative at the negotiations committee in Geneva after the end of Khalifa Haftar’s offensive on Tripoli.

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Head of Libyan Parliament in Tobruk Says Ceasefire Over, War Will Continue – Reports

Libyan National Army (LNA) Commander Khalifa Haftar and the head of the rival Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez Sarraj, took part in peace talks mediated by Russia and Turkey in Moscow. At the end of the talks, the GNA delegation signed a ceasefire agreement, while the LNA commander left …

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HoR cancels LPA, withdraws recognition of Serraj government, refers Serraj and Ministers to justice for treason, cuts relations with Turkey and annuls Libya-Turkish agreement

Libya’s internationally recognized parliament, the House of Representatives (HoR), usually based in Tobruk, held an emergency session in Benghazi today specifically to discuss Libyan Turkish relations following the approval by Turkey’s parliament of a bill allowing the Recep Erdogan government to send troops to Libya.

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