Libya Berlin talks target elections and removal of foreign forces

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    #Libya’s interim prime minister on Wednesday asked for international help to #withdraw foreign fighters from Libya as he addressed international talks in #Berlin aimed at shoring up the peace process. The talks are focused on harnessing international support to ensure a planned #election goes ahead in December and on the vexed issues of withdrawing #foreign #fighters and unifying the country’s fragmented armed forces. Spokesperson Libya’s NGU Mohamed Hamuda explains.

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