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UN tells Libya's Serraj it is staying in Tripoli at critical time

Reuters , Monday 8 Apr 2019
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The United Nations is continuing its work in Tripoli, the U.N. mission Libya said in a tweet on Monday, despite escalating fighting to the south of the capital.

The U.N. mission said U.N. envoy Ghassan Salame met the Prime Minister of the Tripoli government Fayez al-Serraj in his office in Tripoli and discussed ways the U.N. " - which continues its work from Tripoli - can assist at this critical and difficult juncture".

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