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EU ministers agree on new Libya naval mission

Deutsche Welle Monday, 17 February 2020
The bloc has agreed to monitor a UN arms embargo, which is routinely flouted. The naval element had been a sticking point for some countries because of the possible incentive for migrants looking to reach Europe.
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News video: EU ministers back new mission to enforce Libya arms embargo

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Foreign ministers agree on creating new mission to block entry of arms, since current rule is routinely flouted.

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