Mon, 13 Jan 2020 13:31 - Updated Mon, 13 Jan 2020 13:31
EU welcomes Libya ceasefire, says U.N. must lead reconciliation
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen welcomed on Monday a ceasefire in Libya initiated by Turkey and Russia, but cautioned that the United Nations must lead the process of rebuilding the country.
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“A ceasefire, yes it is a first step in the right direction, but what you need is a process for consolidation, for reconstruction and a government of unity. There is a long way to go. This has to be a U.N.-led process,” she told reporters after a meeting with Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel.
“This is of utmost importance.”REUTERS.
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