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The Kremlin: the Russian army is not involved in any operations in Libya.

Russian President press secretary Dmitry Peskov denied, Thursday, the participation of the Russian army in any way in Libya, adding that they are not even aware of the presence of Russian citizens participating in operations there.

In a related context, the acting head of the Russian diplomatic mission to Libya, Jamshid Poltayev, said that there are opportunities to establish a cease-fire in Libya, noting that there are a number of countries, including the United States, actively working on the decision, according to the Russian agency Sputnik.

It is worth noting that the US command “AFRICOM” confirmed in a statement, on Wednesday, the presence of 2000 Russians within the Wagner Group in Libya, adding that it possesses evidence of their involvement in planting mines in both Tripoli and Sirte.

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