03 May 2020
"The European Union is reshuffling budgets to further shore up Libya's coast guard and the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
The money talks, held among EU foreign ministers earlier this week, comes amid a sharp spike in violence in the country.
Although figures are still being finalised, an EU official familiar with the talks provided a basic and partial breakdown of what is set to be around €100m."
EU shores up Libyan coast guard amid Covid-19 scare (EUobserver)
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