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Salvini: Libyan coastguards can be trusted with all rescue operations

The Italian government has confirmed the ”full legitimacy of Libyan rescue operations” in the Mediterranean Sea in light of the opinion expressed by the European Commission that ”Libya can and must rescue immigrants at sea” and can therefore be considered a safe port.

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Libya, what after the National Conference?

The United Nations Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, told Al-Jazeera TV, on Wednesday, that the current conflict in Libya is on the wealth and not ideological dispute. He added that the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) doesn’t differentiate between the Libyan factions that abuse the humanitarian law.

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EU ambassadors visit Benghazi and issue strong statement for Salame’s elections and National Conference efforts

In a joint statement issued yesterday by European Union Ambassadors following their visit to Benghazi, the ambassadors called for an end to the transitional stage through the holding of elections, supported UNSMIL head Ghassan Salame’s efforts including his National Conference to be held in April in Ghadames.

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Amnesty lambasts EU downscaling of Mediterranean migration mission

Amnesty International criticised the European Union on Wednesday for a “shameful” abdication of its humanitarian responsibilities after the bloc agreed to withdraw ships patrolling the Mediterranean for migrants attempting the perilous voyage, says Reuters.

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