Tunisia to host meeting for Libya’s neighboring countries next week
Tunisian is going to host a ministerial meeting for the neighboring countries of Libya next week to discuss the current conflict in the country, London-based Al-Sharq Al-Awsat newspaper has reported.
It added that Tunisia is aiming to invite Algeria, Egypt and it’s own foreign ministers for the meeting in order to review ways out of the military escalation in Libya.
This comes as Libya’s capital enters its day 38 of the attack, which was launched by Khalifa Haftar and has been since stalled by a coalition of forces under the command of the Government of National Accord.
The latest WHO and other international organizations’ reports say there are over 100.000 people displaced from their houses in the fighting zones – mostly in southern Tripoli – while the death toll exceeded 420 and injuries reached over 2200 so far since April 04.
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