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EU agrees to deploy warships to enforce Libya arms embargo

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Operation in Mediterranean will come into force as mission to save migrants is wound down The EU has agreed to deploy warships to stop the flow of weapons into Libya, as it wound down a military mission that had once rescued migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean. Josep Borrell, the EU's chief diplomat, announced that 27 foreign ministers had agreed to launch a new operation with naval ships, planes and satellites in order to enforce the UN arms embargo on Libya.
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