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Rome- The UN Special Envoy to Libya Ghasan Salama has stressed that no one could undermine the will of the people of Libya to live in peace and in a civil state ruled by law. 'Politics always allow give way to war, Salama said in an interview with the Italian newspaper Corierre Dela Sera, though he conditioned it to existence of the desire. Salama, who is expected to meet the Italian Foreign Minister in Rome on Wednesday said 'we urge Italy and indeed all members of the UN to push towards a ceasefire and a return of talks between Libyan parties, he said. 'We need a collective commitment to put an end to this selfish and un-productive conflict, Salama said, warning that the Libyan people will have to endure the consequences of any further deterioration of the situation.
Source: Libya News Agency