2015 December 18 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for December 18th, 2015

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Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street 17 December 2015 British Prime Minister David Cameron issued a statement in response to the Libyan political agreement signed in Morocco earlier today. He said: “Today’s outcome is an important step forward, paving the way for a new unified national government in Libya. The UK is firmly committed to securing a stable and prosperous  [ Read More ]

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Foreign & Commonwealth Office 17 December 2015 Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has welcomed the signature of the Libyan Political Agreement by a majority of the Libyan negotiating parties at a ceremony in Skhirat, Morocco today. The Agreement is the culmination of over a year of complex negotiations between the various Libyan parties, facilitated by the Special Representative of the UN  [ Read More ]

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By Libya Herald reporters. Tunis, 17 December 2015: Just a month after he took over as UNSMIL chief from Bernardino Leon, Martin Kobler watched while the deal, much of which has been hammered out over the past year by members of the Libyan Dialogue, was finally signed. The agreement brings into being a nine-man presidential council headed by prime minister  [ Read More ]

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SKHIRAT, MOROCCO | BY AZIZ EL YAAKOUBI Delegates from Libya’s warring factions signed a U.N.-brokered agreement on Thursday to form a national unity government, a deal that Western powers hope will bring stability and help to combat a growing Islamic State presence. Four years after Muammar Gaddafi’s fall, Libya is deeply fractured, with a self-declared government in Tripoli and an  [ Read More ]