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‘We Are Ready to Help’ – Libyan Quartet

The international Libya Quartet on Tuesday urged authorities in the country to step up their efforts to improve the security situation and build confidence, to help bring peace to the country and fully implement the ceasefire agreement.

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Operation IRINI: Libyan coastguards didn’t commit human rights

The commander of the European Union’s (EU) Operation IRINI, Fabio Agostini, has confirmed to Italian newspaper, Corriere della Sera, that Libyan coastguards who were trained by the EU have not committed human rights violations against illegal immigrants.

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EU Migration Pact reflects a shared commitment to refugees: keeping them out at all costs

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, several reports and NGOs have warned that refugees on European soil would be at higher risk of infection due to living in overcrowded and unsanitary conditions, making it impossible to comply with social distancing rules.

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EU says departure of foreign fighters from Libya ‘precondition’ to stability

European Council President Charles Michel has called for the withdrawal of all foreign fighters from Libya. He also voiced support for the unity government which hoped to bring together rival factions.

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EU offers help to Libyan PM in elections preparation

The European Union’s (EU) High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, spoke with the Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, and welcomed the efforts and determination of the Government of National Unity (GNU) to restore national unity and open a chapter of peace and reconciliation for Libya.

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IRINI has done a good job, foreign fighters must leave Libya, the EU happy to send ceasefire monitors if the UN requests it: EU’s Josep Borrel

Speaking to media in Rome yesterday on the occasion of the first anniversary of Operation IRINI, EU High Representative Josep Borrel said ‘‘Through Operation Irini we have been contributing substantially to create a stable environment that will allow for reconciliation and to go forward’’.

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International community welcomes granting confidence to Libya’s GNU

The UN Support Mission (UNSMIL) congratulated the Libyan people on the approval of a new unified government (Government of National Unity – GNU) and applauded the House of Representatives, its leadership and its members for coming together “on this historic day and for upholding the interests of their country and …

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