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Tripoli, The Libyan dossier is features high on the agenda of the meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Brussels today. According to the Italian news agency the meeting will discuss assistance to the Government of National Accord to claim sovereignty over the whole Libyan territory, control of borders and tackling the issue of irregular migration, as well as internal challenges. The agency cited assertions by the British Foreign Office Secretary Boris Johnson of the importance of the EU diplomatic drive to re-unite the eastern and western parts of the country, and that the Al Sukheirat Agreement was a key document that can be built on. The Belgian Foreign Minister Dediat Renders statement was in the same direction that the European assistance for the Government of National Accord was important. Renders conceded that Libya could not keep refugees on its territory, saying 'we should help them by working with the countries of origin, and promoting a policy of returning those to their original countries.'
Source: Libya News Agency