Paris conference about Libya supports elections

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The French capital, Paris, will host an international conference on Libya, and the conference will discuss the mechanisms for holding the elections on their scheduled date next December, in addition to the file of mercenaries’ exit.

The conference, which is co-chaired by France, Italy and Germany in addition to the United Nations, focuses on expanding the circle of participating countries, especially those concerned with the Libyan issue.

Many countries were invited to the conference, including new countries concerned with the Libyan crisis, such as Chad, Niger and Malta, so that it became broader than its predecessor, which was held in Berlin, according to a French presidential source.

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