Ceasefire team in Libya will be set up by the United Nations

The United Nations will set up a ceasefire team in Libya. The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved on Friday the deployment of 60 cease-fire monitors to Libya. The resolution by UNSC also called on Libya’s Government of National Accord to prepare for “free, fair and inclusive national” elections in December. The resolution praised the progress that has recently been made in Libya, after years of conflict. 

Libya’s Presidency Council on Friday welcomed the UN Security Council decision  

“The decision is in support of Libya’s Presidency Council and Government of National Accord, which are authorized to govern the country until the elections in December,” a Presidency Council spokesperson stated. 

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