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Egyptian sources: Dbeibah commits to Egyptian-brokered agreement with Haftar regarding state’s budget

The London-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper has learned from independent Egyptian sources that mediation recently succeeded in bringing understandings between Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, and warlord Khalifa Haftar, stating that the two sides will meet very soon in Benghazi as a first stage.

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Haftar’s delegation to Moscow says talks were a success

Haftar’s so-called moral guidance department said Sunday that the talks they held in Moscow were successful, quoting the head of the delegation, Khairy Al-Tamimi, director of Khalifa Haftar’s office and a member of the 5 + 5 Joint Military as saying that meetings with the Russian side were fruitful.

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Will Russian forces really leave Libya?

At the second Berlin Conference on Libya, which took place on June 23, Russia (as well as other participants) reaffirmed their earlier calls for “credible steps towards the dismantling of armed groups and militias by all parties.” One of the “armed groups and militias” present in Libya is the Russian …

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Libyan PM: Presence of mercenaries in Libya threatens political process

The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah addressed the UN Security Council Thursday and highlighted the threat of the continued presence of foreign forces and mercenaries in Libya to the political process as well as efforts to consolidate the ceasefire and unify the military institution.

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Gaddafi’s finances may save Libya’s new budget

For the fifth time in three months, Libya’s parliament failed to approve the national budget halting the plans of the Government of National Unity (GNU). In a statement on the parliament’s website spokesperson Abdullah Blehaq said “some members of parliament rejected” voting on the budget. For the bill to pass, …

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Despite Polls Libya Faces Great Challenges Ahead

While the reconciliation process has added a sense of optimism, several legal and security challenges remain, just months before the proposed elections in December. After a decade of conflict, insecurity and political fragmentation, Libya could be looking at a more stable future and sustainable peace.

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