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English  |  العربية 08:44:03, Saturday, 25 Oct 2014
 
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Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Libya

The Secretary-General is deeply concerned by recent developments in Libya, in particular the growing military mobilization in and around the capital Tripoli. Armed confrontation risks negating the sacrifices made by the Libyan people during their struggle for freedom and human dignity, particularly at this critical juncture in the political transition process. The Secretary-General calls on all parties and leaders of military formations to abide by their moral and legal obligations to safeguard and protect civilians.

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UNSMIL, EU Ambassadors, US Charge d’Affaires Meet Interim Prime Minister:
Government and Other Proposals to Address Crisis in Libya Worthy of Discussion Among All Political Forces
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UN Calls for Immediate Cessation of Military Action and for Addressing Differences by Political Mean

Tripoli, 19 May 2014 - The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) expresses its deep concern over the various acts of violence, including the assaults on official institutions and the terrorizing of civilians.

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Libyan Authorities Reaffirm Commitment to the Agreement with the United Nations
Tripoli, 15 May 2014 - The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) received a reply to a letter of protest sent by the Mission to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the detention of Mr. Ahmed Ghanem, Senior Rule of Law Officer, upon entering the Al-Hadhba complex in order to attend a trial session.
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Shoppers buy vegetables at a Tripoli market to prepare for the iftar meal during Ramadan (Photo: Abbas Toumi/UNSMIL)

 

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