The ambassadors of France, Antoine Sivan (L), of Britain, Peter Millet (4th L), and of Spain, Jose Antonio Bordallo (5th L), arrive in the Libyan capital Tripoli on April 14, 2016. AFP / Mahmud TURKIA
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Ambassadors to Libya from France, Britain and Spain arrived in the capital Tripoli Thursday, reiterating the international community's support for the new United Nations-brokered unity government and pledging to reopen embassies closed two years ago because of the fighting.Unity government head Sarraj arrived in Tripoli by sea with a naval escort two weeks ago and has since won the support of key institutions that control Libya's wealth.Italy's Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni also visited Libya Tuesday and said that embassies would be reopened in the capital Tripoli in "the near future". The country has had two rival administrations since mid-2014 when a militia alliance overran Tripoli, setting up its own authority and forcing the recognized parliament to flee to the remote east.
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