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The talks, which will take place from 10-13 November, aim to “advance the implementation of the Ceasefire Agreement signed in Geneva on 23 October, and to build on the progress achieved last week in Ghadames,” the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said.
On Friday, US President Donald Trump announced that Sudan has agreed to normalise relations with Tel Aviv, making Sudan the third Arab country to do so, following the UAE and Bahrain in recent weeks. The new deal marks a new foreign policy achievement for Trump ahead of the US presidential election.
In a statement on Friday, an Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson praised the agreement which aims to maintain calm on the front lines and avoid escalation. The spokesperson also called on the countries involved in Libya to contribute to the current efforts and ensure a non-escalation.