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HCS welcomes cease-fire agreement in Tripoli

The High Council of State welcomed the cease-fire agreement reached in Zawiya city by the efforts of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), calling on all parties concerned to abide by what is stated therein. In a statement, the HCS called on the Presidential Council (PC) to abide …

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UNSMIL announces agreement to end clashes in Tripoli

The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) announced a cease-fire agreement and an end to all hostilities in Tripoli. According to the Mission’s Twitter account, the agreement stated the protection of civilians, the safeguarding of public and private property and the reopening of Mitiga International Airport. The Secretary-General’s Special …

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Italy ready to give maximum support to PC, says Salvini

Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini expressed his country’s readiness to provide maximum support to the recognized authorities in Libya on Monday. In a press statement quoted by AKI news agency, Salvini warned that the interventions of others who have other economic interests should not prevail over …

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Russia calls for cessation of hostilities in Tripoli

Russian Foreign Ministry called on all parties of the conflict in Tripoli to stop hostilities and prevent the country from sliding into chaos. The ministry said in a statement that Russia is closely monitoring the development of the situation in Libya and the capital Tripoli, expressing regret that the situation …

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Tunisia returns to Russia military equipment meant for Haftar

The Tunisian authorities returned military equipment to Russia, which was directed to the commander of Operation Dignity Forces, Khalifa Haftar, after months of detention in the port of Sfax. According to security sources, the Middle East Monitor said the operator of the seized ship promised to pay the cost of …

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Guterres calls for compliance with the cease-fire agreement in Tripoli

UN Secretary-General, António Guterres called on all parties in Tripoli to immediately cease hostilities and comply with the UN-brokered ceasefire agreement and reconciliation committees. In a press release issued by his spokesman, Guterres condemned the continued escalation of violence in and around Tripoli, especially the use of indiscriminate shelling, which …

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Al-Sarraj meets Chief of Staff and Defense Minister

The head of the Presidential Council (PC), Faiz Al-Sarraj held a meeting with the chief of the General Staff, General Abdul Rahman Al-Tawil in Tripoli to follow up on the military and security situation in the suburbs of Tripoli. Al-Sarraj was briefed on the arrangements made to provide the needs …

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