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The US considers expanding new policy for Libya



The White House Administration is thinking about expanding a new diplomatic and military policy for Libya next week.

According to a report on CNN, if the plan is approved it “would aim to further the existing US goal of supporting reconciliation between rival factions in eastern and western areas of Libya.”

It would also result in reopening the US embassy in Libya and in establishing a new intelligence-sharing effort led by US special forces.

In the same context, the US troops could do a training and advisory role for the Libyan forces.

The report said that “new approach could lead to more regular visits to Libya by diplomatic personnel, including the US ambassador, who has not been stationed in the country because of the unstable situation.”

But according to officials, practically, it seems that it would be difficult to achieve these new goals, because of the political division in Libya.