Western countries say endorse unity government for Libya

By REUTERS
October 10, 2015 02:33

 
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WASHINGTON - France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Britain and the United States on Friday endorsed a national unity government in Libya as proposed by the United Nations to end the conflict between factions in the war-torn country.

"Delays in forming a unity government will only prolong the suffering of the Libyan people and benefit terrorists seeking to take advantage of the chaos," the Western allies said in a joint statement.

The United Nations proposed the national unity government on Thursday to end a war between the internationally recognized government and a rival self-declared administration but the deal faces resistance in Tripoli.

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