Libya talks end without naming govt as UN vows to continue seeking peace

UN-led talks aimed at appointing an executive to help lead Libya out of a decade of conflict ended on Sunday without discussing names, the world body said.”We have agreed to reconvene in about a week in a virtual meeting (to) agree on the selection mechanism for the coming authority,” the UN’s interim Libya envoy Stephanie Williams told journalists.But she said “no names… were discussed” during the meetings in neighbouring Tunisia.Libya has been riven by conflict since the 2011 NATO-backed uprising that toppled and killed veteran dictator Muammar Gaddafi.The latest phase in renewed efforts f…

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