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Libyan sides agree to no military escalation following UN talks

WorldNews Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Libyan sides agree to no military escalation following UN talksRepresentatives from eastern and western Libya agreed to maintain calm on the front lines, open transport links and look at securing the flow of oil as talks progress in Geneva. UN envoy Stephanie Turco Williams said she was "quite optimistic" after sides began the latest negotiations this week. It comes during a renewed diplomatic effort to end the fighting and reunify the country. She said that Libyan sides agreed to...
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