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Libya: meeting of the Joint Military Committee begins in Geneva to discuss ways mercenaries’ withdrawal from the country

A member of the Libyan Joint Military Committee (5 + 5), Lieutenant-General Khairi Al-Tamimi, announced that the Geneva meeting devoted to the withdrawal of mercenaries and foreign forces from Libya began today, Wednesday, to discuss ways to implement the plan drawn up by the Military Committee to expel mercenaries from the Libyan territory.

Al-Tamimi, who represents the General Command of the Libyan Army, said in press statements that the 3-day meeting will discuss ways to implement the plan drawn up by the Military Committee to expel mercenaries from the Libyan territory, in the presence of members of the Military Committee, UN envoy Jan Kubis and international actors in the Libyan crisis.

In anticipation of what may result from the Geneva meeting, the High Electoral Commission in Libya is continuing its technical and logistical preparations for the holding of elections, in order to get about 3 million voters to vote on time.

Less than 3 months before the elections, the United Nations and the international community are leading great and extensive efforts to discuss ways to secure a complete withdrawal of mercenaries from the country and control the situation inside, so that the Libyans can organize and conduct the electoral process as scheduled.

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