Berlin (AP) - After the Libya conference in Berlin, the UN special envoy Ghassan Salamé has spoken out against the deployment of an international peacekeeping force in the civil war country. «There is no acceptance for foreign troops in Libya. I also do not see the willingness in the international community to send troops, "he told the" world ". It is more important to convert the current ceasefire into a permanent ceasefire. However, no blue helmets are necessary for this, but only a small number of military observers.
Conflicts: UN Special Representative Salamé against peacekeeping forces for Libya
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