UN-soldiers go basis Libya to protect
The United Nations to send soldiers to Libya. The Nepalese troops to the UN base in the capital Tripoli to protect. That should be the mission in the North African country to allow the work to resume.
UN-^ Jean-Pierre Lacroix said Friday in Geneva that probably about 150 People to be deployed. The UN special envoy for Libya, Ghassan Salamé, said later against an Italian newspaper that in the coming weeks “almost 250” troops can be deployed.
By guards to Tripoli to send hopes the volkerenorganisatie to ensure that “we around the beginning of October, a significant part of our work in Libya could run”, said the envoy.
The UN mission in that country is currently in neighbouring Tunisia.
The UN tried to mediate between rival groups in Libya. In the country reigns chaos since the uprising that led to the fall and death of dictator Muammar al-Kaddafi in 2011.
Many foreign embassies locks in 2014 the doors because of the poor security situation.