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- كولد سوليوشنز تختار تاتو سيتي لإنشاء أكبر مرافق سلاسل التبريد في شرق إفريقيا
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- جهاز مترجم من شبكة السرطان الوطنية الشاملة يقيس “درجة حرارة” الصحة العقلية للمصابين بالسرطان
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- ايه إم إن تحقق إنجازًا فارقًا بمليار مكالمة هاتفية في السنة
The governments of France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States strongly condemn the escalation of fighting and violence in and around Tripoli, Benghazi, and across Libya, especially against residential areas, public facilities, and critical infrastructure, by both land attacks and air strikes.
We reiterate our calls, joining those of the Libyan interim government, the House of Representatives, and the Libyan people, that all parties in Libya accept an immediate ceasefire and engage constructively in the democratic process, abstaining from confrontational initiatives that risk undermining it. We support the efforts of the UN Support Mission in Libya in this regard.
Those responsible for violence, which undermines Libya’s democratic transition and national security, must be held accountable. We welcome discussions on the political and security situation in Libya to be held by the United Nations Security Council in the coming days, including consequences for those who undermine Libya’s peace and stability.
We call on Libya’s interim government and the elected House of Representatives to adopt inclusive policies that benefit all Libyans and to build a government that meets the Libyan peoples’ needs for security, reconciliation, and prosperity. We encourage the Constitutional Drafting Assembly to immediately pursue the drafting of a document that enshrines and protects the rights of all Libyans. Further, we encourage the international community to support Libya’s elected institutions.
We believe outside interference in Libya exacerbates current divisions and undermines Libya’s democratic transition.