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Will the Brazzaville summit maintain Libya’s reconciliation?

Leaders of neighboring states, representatives of local parties, and members of the High-Level African Committee on Libya—which is made up of ten countries—including Egypt, Algeria, South Africa, Congo Brazzaville, Ethiopia, and Niger—will gather in Congo Brazzaville on February 5th, 2024, in order to address the Libyan issue.

As a step forward, Congo Brazzaville, the chair of the high-level African committee on Libya, is looking forward to saving the African Union-sponsored Libyan reconciliation process, which has been negatively impacted by the country’s ongoing political deadlock since 2022. This raises concerns about the ability of African diplomacy to settle this essential issue, end the current deadlock, and advance the political process towards elections.

For more details, please follow the link: https://ncmes.org/3151/

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