Discussing reconciliation and development in Southern LibyaPeace
On 22nd and 23rd October, thanks to the support of Sant'Egidio, representatives of different social and ethnic groups of the area gathered in the city of Ghat in the Fezzan region of Libya.
This meeting, first in its own kind, was attended by representatives of local institutions and councils of various tribes including Touareg, Tebou and Arabs. A joint appeal was direct to the International Community and to the Libyan institutions to address the problems of the citizens of this region, among the most marginalized. Moreover, Sant’Egidio solicited all parties involved, to support all efforts of development and reconciliation.
Humanitarian aid in Libya after the agreement signed at Sant'Egidio: the first container of medicines has been deliveredHumanitarian aid
at the hospital of Ubari, in the south of the country. The aid is the result of collaboration with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and the World Food Program of Brindisi.Read more
Libya: humanitarian agreement signed at Sant'Egidio by all political and ethnic groups of the south of the countryPeace
For the first time, the presence of the Italian Cooperation, the International Red Cross and several NGOs will be allowed in the Fezzan region, the migration passage to Europe.Read more
Libya, joint declaration of the Touareg and Tebou tribes supporting the the Government of Serraj for national pacificationPeace
Satisfaction of the Community of Sant'Egidio, committed to facilitate the peace process in the countryRead more
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