Progress but Little Punch in Libya Peace Talks
As the civil war grinds on, the two broad camps of loosely aligned political and armed factions that emerged as fighting erupted last summer have splintered, making the crisis even more difficult to resolve.
Participants at the latest round of the United Nations facilitated Libyan political dialogue.
UN News, 13 August 2015
The latest round of the United Nations-facilitated Libyan political dialogue has concluded in Geneva, with the different parties emphasizing the need to set aside partisan agendas… Read more »
UN News, 6 August 2015
With a new round of the United Nations-facilitated political dialogue set to begin next week, the top UN envoy for Libya, Bernardino León, has urged the parties to redouble… Read more »
UN News, 15 July 2015
A peaceful transition in Libya will only succeed through a significant and coordinated effort in support of a future Government of National Accord and by ensuring that sufficient… Read more »
Libya: Peace in Sight in Libya?
Deutsche Welle, 12 July 2015
Most of the warring parties in Libya have finally signed a peace plan. Only the General National Congress is still holding out - but even it should agree to the pact soon, says… Read more »
Focac, 29 June 2015
UN envoy Bernardino Leon on late Saturday urged the Libyan conflicting parties to quickly expedite the dialogue to end the conflict in their country. Read more »
UN News, 28 June 2015
From Morocco where he is facilitating the dialogue among Libyan parties, the United Nations envoy for the North African country has stressed that the coming week should be decisive… Read more »
PR Newswire, 17 June 2015
Foreign Minister Steinmeier issued the following statement in Berlin on the Libyan peace talks: Read more »
UN News, 17 June 2015
The Security Council has emphasized the urgency for Libyan stakeholders to reach a political solution to the country's crisis amid ongoing United Nations-facilitated talks. Read more »