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What can we expect from the Berlin II international conference on Libya?

Germany is preparing to host the second Berlin conference on Libya on 23 June in cooperation with the UN Mission in the North African country. The first conference was convened in January last year. Since then, Libya has seen a number of positive political and military developments.

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EUBAM says EU to consider training Libyan border guards

European Union Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) said the EU and EUBAM will look into providing Tripoli-based assistance and training to the Border Guards and to other Libyan border agencies to secure Libyan borders all over the country.

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Human Rights Solidarity: Deal with EU to curb migrants’ flow doesn’t benefit Libya

The Libyan Human Rights Solidarity organization said the statement of the Foreign Ministry on an agreement with the European Union (EU) to curb the influx of illegal immigrants to Europe via Libyan shores wasn’t in the best interest of Libya.

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UN report holds EU responsible for thousands of migrant deaths

A United Nations report published yesterday holds the European Union at least partially responsible for the death of thousands of migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea in recent years, Anadolu has reported. The EU is accused of obstructing rescue efforts and deliberately pushing migrants back.

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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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