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Italy hails new unified Libyan transitional govt

The government welcomed the election of a new unified interim Libyan executive on Friday by 75 UN-appointed delegates in Geneva, calling the outcome of the vote "an important step" towards stabilising Italy's war-wracked former colony.

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Libya, Navalny, NATO focus of Di Maio-Blinken talks

War-ravaged Libya, jaied Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, ties with Russia, Nato and terrorism were at the centre of phone talks on Thursday between Italy's foreign secretary Luigi Di Maio and his US secretary of state Antony Blinken, the foreign ministry said in a statement.

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Local Italian, Libyan mayors meet

Italian and Libyan mayors have shared knowledge and experience of local government in a pioneering gathering aimed at fostering cooperation between local councils in the two countries.

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Libya set to choose new interim govt

War-torn Libya's political forces have voted in favour of a procedure to pick a transitional government that will steer the country to elections slated for December, the United Nations support mission said in a statement on Tuesday.

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Italy welcomes new UN envoy to Libya

Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio on Monday praised the United Nations Security Council's "important" confirmation of veteran Slovak diplomat Jan Kubis as special envoy to Libya, nearly a year after his predecessor stepped down.

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Italy hails Libyan progress on picking a new unity govt

Italy on Monday lauded the accord reached at the weekend between Libya's rival political forces on a proposed mechanism to choose a new unified executive that will lead the war-ravaged country to elections slated for 24 December.

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Libyan PM Sarraj sets up new security body

Libya's prime minister Fayez al-Sarraj has created a new security agency headed by the powerful pro-government Abu Salim Central Security Forces militia chief Abdul Ghani al-Kikli, the Libyan Observer tweeted on Monday.

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