British foreign secretary makes trip to Tripoli to give personal support to peace process involving Fayez Aal-Serraj and Khalifa Haftar
Patrick Wintour, Diplomatic editor
The British foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, flew to Tripoli on Thursday to give his personal support for the fledgling peace process in Libya by meeting the Libyan prime minister, Fayez al-Serraj.
Johnson had planned the trip for some time but, by good fortune, the visit came the day after Serraj had met his rival Khalifa Haftar in Abu Dhabi where the two men agreed to work towards fresh presidential elections by March next year.
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