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- Remarks at joint press encounter with German Chancellor Angela Merkel following Libya Conference: Antonio Guterres
- The Berlin Conference on Libya – Conference Conclusions (19 January 2020)
- SRSG Ghassan Salame remarks to the press at the International Conference on Libya – Berlin, 19 January 2020
- U.S. calls for immediate resumption of operations by Libya’s NOC
- UN Chief Urges International Pressure to Solidify Libyan Cease-Fire
1. Today's Berlin Conference on Libya, at the invitation of German Chancellor Merkel, has gathered the Governments of Algeria, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Turkey, the Republic of the Congo, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United …Read more
I would like to express my deep gratitude to Chancellor Merkel and the German Government for convening this conference.
Dear Chancellor, your consistent, continuous and I would say enthusiastic commitment to support all the efforts to bring peace and stability …Read more
Following are UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' remarks at the International Conference on Libya, in Berlin today:
We are here for an urgent and pressing reason: to stop Libya's downward spiral.
I thank Chancellor Merkel for bringing us together to support …Read more
ANKARA Turkey will not refrain from teaching a lesson to Khalifa Haftar if his eastern Libyan forces continue attacks against the internationally recognized government in Tripoli, President Tayyip Erdogan said.
Turkey and Russia failed to convince Haftar on Monday to …Read more
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is threatening action in both Libya and Syria as rhetoric ramps up in the face of looming regional setbacks and growing frustrations with Moscow.
Erdogan, addressing parliament Tuesday, issued a stark warning to Damascus not …Read more
New York-Diplomatic sources reported that talks are underway in the UN to dispatch Cease-Fire Observation Mission in Libya. UN spokesperson underlined the need for "neutral observers" if cease-fire agreement is concluded between the parties. "There must be a neutral mechanism …Read more
Talks between leaders of Libya's two warring sides wrapped up Monday in Moscow, with Russia's foreign minister noting some progress, a day after a fragile cease-fire brokered by Russia and Turkey came into force.
Russia and Turkey are emerging as …Read more
TRIPOLI Eastern Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar rejected calls for a ceasefire by Turkey and Russia and announced a continuation of his military operations.
In a statement read by his spokesman Ahmad al-Mesmari, Haftar claimed a revival of the political …Read more