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Intel: UN to send cease-fire observers to Libya

Libya's interim government welcomed the step and echoed calls for foreign forces to leave.
A delegate from Libya takes part in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum hosted in Gammarth on the outskirts of Tunisia's capital, on Nov. 9, 2020. In October, the two main sides in the complex Libyan conflict signed a landmark cease-fire agreement.

Libya’s unity government lauded a decision by the UN Security Council to send international observers to the war-torn country to monitor a nationwide cease-fire, now in its sixth month.

The UN Security Council on Friday passed a unanimous resolution approving a proposal to send cease-fire monitors to Libya and calling once again for foreign forces and mercenaries to leave the country.

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