UN chief calls anew for foreign 'elements' to leave Libya

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “remains deeply concerned” that “foreign elements” continue to operate in Libya, he wrote in a report to the Security Council. The document, obtained by AFP and discussed Wednesday by Council members, notes some mercenaries have withdrawn, but considers the amount insufficient. It indicates that foreign forces left the center and west of the coastal city of Sirte on February 28 to Wadi Harawa, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) east, to help secure the city and allow the reopening of the Al-Ghardabiya airport. But “there has reportedly been no reduction of for…

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