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Boris Johnson Says UK Troops Could be Tasked With Peacekeeping in Libya if Ceasefire Struck

In the latest attempt to restore stability and peace to civil-war torn Libya, on 19 January, Berlin hosted talks between its two rival administrations and international actors to find solutions to the longstanding conflict in the oil-rich North African country.

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Berlin conference on Libya: All countries agree to provide no further military support to warring parties

Countries with interests in Libya’s long-running conflict agreed to provide no further military support to the warring parties while a ceasefire lasts as per the final statement of Berlin conference on Libya on Sunday. 

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Berlin summit calls for Libyan parties, foreign powers to refrain from oil hostilities

A Libyan peace summit began in the German capital Berlin on Sunday, bringing together key players in the conflict. According to a draft of the final communique to be discussed at the summit, the conference’s requests include a call on all parties to refrain from hostilities against oil facilities.

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The Berlin Conference on Libya: CONFERENCE CONCLUSIONS

The Conclusions of the Berlin Conference on Libya that have just been released provide such a wide remit to please all participating parties allowing for broad and different interpretations and providing no real new solutions or mechanisms to break the impasse that has dogged the Libyan crisis since the 2015 …

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Erdogan says Turkey to ship more troops to Libya, grant exploration rights for eastern Mediterranean

Turkey will send more troops to Libya in support of the country’s United Nations-backed government, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, adding that Ankara would grant licenses for exploration and drilling in the eastern Mediterranean this year.

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