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Libyan ceasefire agreement faces hurdles due to foreign intervention

The signing of a permanent ceasefire agreement between Libya’s warring factions on October 23 was widely marketed as a watershed moment that would redress the country’s spiraling trajectory. Paving the way for the United Nations-hosted Libyan Political Dialogue Forum to relaunch on October 26, the agreement was also the building …

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UNSMIL calls for Libyan political class to rise to level of responsibility

Speaking yesterday at the press conference following the end of the two-day meeting of the 5+5 Joint Military Commission in Ghadames, Acting Special Representative of the Secretary General for Libya Stephanie Williams called on the Libyan political class to rise to the level of responsibility seen in the Joint Military …

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US embassy threatens sanctions against obstructors of Libyan dialogue

The US ambassador Richard Norland has welcomed the courageous efforts of Libyan participants in the Joint Military Commission (JMC) consultations in Ghadames to implement the October 23 ceasefire agreement, realize Libyan aspirations to deescalate the conflict, and begin to take concrete steps toward the ultimate departure of foreign forces and …

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Libya’s Amazigh Council rejects UNSMIL-sponsored dialogue

The Supreme Council for the Amazigh of Libya, mayors of Amazigh municipalities and notables of Amazigh regions have disapproved the methodology of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya ( UNSMIL) regarding the Libyan crisis, and the mechanism for selecting participants in the political dialogue forum to be held in …

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