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United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UN-geführt)
EU Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EU)
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IS kills 12 fighters loyal to Tripoli government (18.03.2015)
It was the latest in a deadly campaign by IS extremists seeking to expand their foothold in the country and targeting Libya's lucrative oil facilities.
EU foreign ministers gave the green light Monday (16 March) for the bloc to prepare a possible security mission in Libya once the country's warring factions agree a national unity government.
Meetings in Morocco arranged by the United Nations that brought together participants in the Libyan political dialogue have concluded today, having covered substantive and procedural issues on the way forward.
Could Russia participate in a naval blockade to prevent arms shipments to anti-government fighters in Libya? Russia’s permanent representative to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, told Russia’s official news agency Tass, “I would not rule this out.”
UN puts Libya request for weapons on hold (09.03.2015)
Libya's request for UN approval to buy fighter jets, tanks and other weaponry to fight Islamic State militants has been put on hold at the request of seven Security Council members led by Spain, diplomats said Monday.
Libyan stakeholders must seize the momentum generated by the on-going political dialogue and bring an end to the country’s instability and insecurity, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said today amid continuing fighting in the North African nation.
The European Union is discussing with the United Nations ways to bolster security in Libya, including a naval presence, if U.N.-backed peace talks lead to a settlement, the EU's foreign policy head said on Saturday.