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- IOM Libya Update, 01 – 15 November 2019
- President of Mauritania: Fighting Terrorism in Africa Requires Solution to Libyan Crisis
- Stolen Libyan Artefacts Seized in Sidi Buzaid, Tunisia
- UN Development Programme in Libya Says Sebha Airport up and Running After Years of Closure
- Competence Document of Guiding Committee of Libyan Authorities Capacity Building Signed
Brussels, Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said 'there was no intention for Nato to intervene in Libya militarily or any operations in the country. Speaking at a press conference in Brussels on the eve of the alliance's foreign ministers, Stoltenberg said the ministers were expected to discuss the situation in Libya, saying Libya could be best helped with training its cadres and building capacities once the government requested that. He indicated that he had a meeting with the Libyan Prime Minister Fayez Al Saraj on Nato assistance prospects. Stoltenberg stressed the need for Libyans to recognize that they had to raise the level of their capacities and to build the institutions and the infrastructure of their state, if they wanted to live in security and strength. He said Nato's help in this way could be more useful than intervention.
Source: Libyan News Agency