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Libyan dialogue to take place in Geneva


It has been announced that, next week’s peace talks between the rivalling Libyan factions will take place in Geneva, instead of Skhirat, Morocco.

A delegate taking part in the dialogue in Skhirat said that Moroccan officials decided to change the venue for Monday’s talks, because they felt offended by the fact that the UN envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon met with the General National Congress (GNC) in rival Algeria last week.

The rivalling factions are still yet to decide, and vote for a unity government, the UN has stated that any faction that refuses to participate in the talks will be sanctioned.