The Berlin conference on the Libyan crisis was held on January 19th. The conference is one in a series of international meetings on Libya, which have taken place in Paris, Palermo, Abu Dhabi and Moscow, where talks were held on January 13th. Although it is not the first conference to address the crisis, it has been the most important so far, due to several considerations.
Key foreign actors commit to limiting external interference as part of plan to end Libya’s war.
The European Union will discuss all ways to uphold a formal ceasefire in Libya if one is reached but any peace settlement will need real EU support to make it hold, the EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell said on Monday.
No one, it seems, was able to reason with Khalifa Haftar. If the idea was for an impressive cast of big hitters to apply enough pressure to bring the 76-year-old Libyan military commander to heel, it didn’t work.
Overview of major events since the launch of a military push by eastern-based forces to capture Libya’s capital.
Libya’s national oil company says shutdown will cut oil production by 800,000 barrels per day.
Reports of arms, troops, and cash flooding into Libya from foreign allies have sparked concerns of further bloodshed.
by Ruairi Casey
Turkey will pursue constructive and peaceful policy against proxy wars, Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin said
According to Tebboune, the security in Libya has a direct impact on the security in the neighboring countries and the inflow of weapons to Libya only escalates the current situation