The Berlin conference on Libya: What's at stake?

14:09
 
Share
 

Manage episode 295653635 series 2631806
By Hellenic Leaders and The Hellenic American Leadership Council. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Germany and the United Nations are hosting an international conference on Libya in Berlin this week, and diplomats are aiming to take stock of Libya’s political progress, prepare for a national election set for December, and discuss the withdrawal of foreign troops and mercenaries. The majority of the attendees already met at the first international conference on Libya, which was also hosted by Germany, in January 2020. This time around, members of the newly-formed Libyan transitional Government of National Unity will also attend. Libya analyst Aya Burweila joins The Greek Current to discuss the upcoming Berlin conference, and the latest developments in Libya.

Aya Burweila is a Libyan expert from Benghazi and visiting lecturer at the Hellenic National Defense Academy. She is also publishing, together with Dr. Ethan Chorin, an upcoming volume on Libya titled Libya in 2021: What Went Wrong, What Comes Next.

You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:

Berlin conference: A step toward peace in Libya?

Explainer-Untangling the crisis in Libya

Macron pitches Biden on plan to get foreign fighters out of Libya

Day After Reopening, Libyan Coastal Road Closes

Menendez, Rubio Applaud SFRC Passage Of U.S.-Greece Defense and Interparliamentary Partnership Act of 2021

No summer pause seen for reforms

359 episodes