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Libyan factions agree on ‘agenda’ for unity government

By AFP   |   16 January 2015   |   8:31 am  

LIBYA’S warring factions have agreed on an “agenda” to form a unity government after two days of UN-brokered talks in Geneva, the UN said Friday.

“The participants agreed after extensive deliberation on an agenda that includes reaching a political agreement to form a consensual national unity government and the necessary security arrangements to end the fighting,” a statement said.



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