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Macron pitches Biden on plan to get foreign fighters out of Libya

The plan — seen by POLITICO — lays out a six-month timeline that proposes first withdrawing Turkish-backed Syrian mercenaries, followed by Russian-backed mercenaries and regular Turkish troops. The two-page proposal has been circulating for several weeks among diplomatic officials with the involved countries, according to two officials familiar with the …

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Libyan Army official: Reopening coastal road contingent on mercenaries departure

The Commander of the Libyan Army’s Sirte-Jufra Operations Room, Ibrahim Baytelmal, said the room is ready to follow the instructions of the Presidential Council about repositioning to reopen the coastal road only after the agreed upon terms of the ceasefire agreement are implemented in full, especially the withdrawal of all …

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Despite mercenaries’ presence, PC asks Libya Army units to reposition to reopen coastal road

The Libyan Presidential Council, which is the Chief Commander of the Libyan Army, has called on Sirte-Jufra Operations Room to reposition its forces immediately to make way for the reopening of the coastal road and facilitate the transportation medium of citizens.

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Withdrawal of foreign forces and mercenaries and reunification of key Libyan institutions focus of the Berlin 2 conference: UN Spokesperson

Commenting on Tuesday’s announcement by Germany of the 2nd Berlin Conference on Libya on 23 June, which is co-organized by the UN, Stephane Dujarric, the Official Spokesperson for the Secretary General Antonio Guterres said yesterday that, Guterres will address the Berlin Conference on Libya via video conference and his Special …

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US envoy to Khartoum calls on Sudanese opposition leaders to withdraw their fighters from Libya

The US Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, Donald Booth, has called on the leaders of the armed Sudanese opposition movements to withdraw their fighters from Libya, insisting “Now that they are in the government, they cannot play both sides.”

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