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- Despite Calls for Ceasefire amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Unabated Fighting Could Push Libya to New Depths of Violence, Acting Special Representative Warns Security Council
- Briefing With Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Tibor Nagy on U.S. Support for Combating COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa
- Secretary Pompeo’s Call with Italian Foreign Minister Di Maio
- WFP Libya Country Brief, April 2020
- Reversion to ‘All-out Fighting’ in Syria Must Be Averted at All Costs, Special Envoy Tells Security Council
More than two years on since the “revolution” of February 2011, the security crisis is exacerbating by the day threatening Libya with an implosion charged with potential realistic risks to the geopolitical unity of the Arab north African country, turning this crisis into a national existential one. Obviously the status quo is unsustainable.