Libyan political parties agree to form interim government

More than a year later, Libya's political parties have agreed to form an interim government, which will hold general elections by the end of this year.

At a news conference in New York on Friday, UN President Antonio Guterres said "it is very important to unite Libya. He emphasized the need to focus on peace and stability, saying "elections are on the way." At the end of a week-long conference in Geneva on Libya's political talks, new leaders were elected after two rounds of elections. UN Under-Secretary-General for Libya Stephanie Williams hopes for a lasting solution that will be rooted in the Libyan people. Libya has been embroiled in a political crisis since the overthrow of Moammar Ghadafi's government in 2011.

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