Libyan southern clans reach peace agreement in Italy.
Italy try to impose itself as peace-maker in Libya. Several representatives of the tribes living in the south of Libya signed a peace agreement after over three days of secret negotiations in the Italian Interior Ministry. The meeting was attended over 60 clan leader including the head of the largest Tuareg tribe in the Libyan region of Fezzan as well as Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Omar Maiteeq of Libya’s UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA). The agreement previous the end of hostilities in the area, but also the control of migrations.