The UN envoy for Libya on Friday said three days of political talks in Geneva, as part of the peace process to get a cease-fire in the conflict-ridden country, ended without any result.

The talks that began on Feb. 26 only managed to plan an agenda and terms of reference for the next round of talks with no concrete steps toward a cease-fire, said Ghassan Salamshe, the special representative of the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).

“There have been serious violations of the conflict agreement in the country in the past 24 hours,” Salame said, noting the airport

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