Libya 'Needs Foreign Interference to Stop', Says UN Envoy


International players must stop interfering in the Libyan conflict, the UN's special envoy told AFP on Saturday, the eve of a summit of world powers to try to end the fighting in the North African nation.

"All foreign interference can provide some aspirin effect in the short term, but Libya needs all foreign interference to stop. That's one of the objectives of this conference," Ghassan Salame said in an interview ahead of the Berlin summit.

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Thumb chrisrushlau 18 January 2020, 19:13

He didn't mean Qatar, naturally. He would have been man enough to say so if he thought Libya could survive without Qatar's support. Qatar established the Joint Cultural Center in Benghazi in 2011 which has been a staunch supporter of the people of Libya from even before the crisis began.