Neighbors urge dialogue to end Libya turmoil

Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mongi Hamdi holds a press conference on Monday, in the Tunisian city of Hammamet, after a meeting as part of the ministerial conference of Libya's Neighbour Countries.

Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mongi Hamdi holds a press conference on Monday, in the Tunisian city of Hammamet, after a meeting as part of the ministerial conference of Libya’s Neighbour Countries.

HAMMAMET: Libya’s neighbors called Monday for dialogue in the North African nation, which has been wracked by violence since the 2011 overthrow of Muammar Qaddafi that has intensified since a controversial June election.

The six governments agreed to set up twin commissions to broker talks and attempt to prevent any spillover of the unrest from the key oil producer, which remains awash with weapons from the NATO-backed uprising against the longtime dictator.

Delegates from Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Niger, Sudan and Tunisia urged “all parties … in Libya to resolve their differences through dialogue,” at meeting in the Tunisian town of Hammamet.

 
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