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Guterres: There’s No Military Solution For Libya

UN Secretary-General António Guterres said that there could not be a military solution to the Libyan crisis, only political means could solve the crisis. During a briefing to reporters after his recent visit to Libya, Guterres called on the UN Security Council members to stop the escalation and to work …

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US Ambassador Confirms From Tripoli His country’s Rejection Of A Military Solution And Supporting The Democratic Process

The American Ambassador to Libya, Peter Bodde, accompanied by General Thomas Waldhauser, the commander of the US military in Africa during his meeting in Tripoli with President of the Presidential Council Faiz Al-Sarraj, reiterated his country’s support for consolidating the democratic path and the rejection of the military solution to …

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Pashagha Authorizes Security Directorates To Communicate With Their Counterparts In The Eastern Region

The interior minister of the Al-Wefaq government, Fathi Pashagha, on Monday, authorized the official communication between the heads of departments, services, public administrations and security directorates and their counterparts in the eastern region. The authorization came during the meeting held by Pashagha at the headquarters of the ministry in Tripoli …

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Turkey condemns attack on Tripoli oil establishment

The Turkish embassy in Libya strongly condemned on Tuesday the terrorist attack on the National Oil Corporation in Tripoli In a statement, the Embassy expressed its sadness and sorrow for the victims of the attack, it offered its condolences to the Libyan government and people. The National Oil Corporation (NOC) …

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