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No return to warfare in Libya says Dbeibah

Premier Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and his interim unified executive will do their utmost to prevent further conflict in Libya and to steer it to a democratic and prosperous future, he tweeted from the second Berlin conference on Wednesday.

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EU must strive for Libya's stability - Italy

The European Union must "make a specific commitment" to stabilising war-ravaged Libya, preferably under the aegis of the United Nations, Italy's premier Mario Draghi stated on Wednesday.

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Libya's Menfi in Rome visit

The head of Libya's presidential council, Mohammed al-Menfi, on Tuesday held talks in Rome with premier Mario Draghi, the Italian government said in a statement.

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Libya's stabilisation, bilateral ties focus of Di Maio, Saleh talks

Libya's political stabilisation and institutional transition ahead of elections slated for December, as well as the relaunch of its bilateral partnership with Italy was the focus of talks in Rome on Thursday between its parliament speaker Aghila Saleh and foreign minister Luigi Di Maio.

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Libyan elections must go ahead this year - Saleh

Landmark polls in Libya due to be held on 24 December must take place, the war-torn country's parliament speaker Aquila Saleh is understood to have told his Italian counterpart during talks in Rome on Thursday.

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Italy, Libya eyeing closer health cooperation

Italy is collaborating with Libya in the health field and is to build hospitals, send medical workers and will treat children who have cancer, premier Mario Draghi announced on Monday.

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Di Maio urges EU to join forces on Libya

Europe's security depends on stopping Mediterranean migration, Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio stated on Friday, calling for "a joint effort" from the European Union to stabilise the war-torn country.

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Libya, Mideast a focus of Di Maio, Bokadoum talks

Libya and the Middle East as well as maritime zones and bilateral dialogue were at the centre of talks on Tuesday between Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio and his Algerian counterpart Sabri Bokadoum.

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