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Observers and commentators have floated many ideas on how best to support the Government of National Accord in Libya, born out of 18 months of United Nations-led negotiations. They range from advice to Western nations on how to implement an international stabilization force to provide security for the new government in Tripoli to strongly discouraging any foreign presence in Libya. An endorsement by the HOR requires the immediate arrival of the GNA in Tripoli, lest its absence contribute to the further breakdown of Libyan institutions into three parts, each one claiming national authority: a government in Tobruk, supported by Haftar's forces, Egypt, and possibly Russia; another in Tripoli under a Libya Dawn reconsolidated with Qatar's and perhaps Turkey's help; and a third, recognized by the international community, sitting in Tunisia or Morocco.In other words, some countries would deal with western Libya and the relevant forces on the ground to foster a network of relationships that would realize peace agreements and rebuild consensus around a common objective.
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