BBCI: Migrant crisis: Italy backs force to police Libya shore

BBCI: Migrant crisis: Italy backs force to police Libya shore

BBCI: Migrant crisis: Italy backs force to police Libya shore

The Italian government has sent a mission plan to the parliament to deploy several ships in Libyan waters by the end of August, Reuters reported on Thursday.

The Italian mission will help Libyan authorities "gradually regain control of their territory and borders" and this "is a possible turning point" in the management of the migration crisis, Gentiloni said earlier this week.

The mission would contribute, Mr Gentiloni told the cabinet meeting, to Libya's "path of stabilisation... and Italy feels it a duty to participate".

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The efforts are done within the framework of the Libyan Political Agreement endorsed by UN Security Council resolution 2259 (2015), which endorsed the Rome Communiqué to support the Government of National Accord as the sole legitimate Government of Libya.

It was first revealed on Wednesday by Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni after hosting talks with his Libyan counterpart, Fayez al-Serraj.

According to German TV, Deutsche Welle, Nearly 600,000 boat migrants have arrived in Italy since 2014 after making the unsafe cross-Mediterranean journey in boats.

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It was noted that the Italian naval and air deployment would consist of almost 700 soldiers.

"It can give a significant initiative to support Libya sovereignty, it is not an initiative against Libyan sovereignty", he said.

The operation will be considered by Italy's parliamentary commissions next week, and Gentiloni said he hoped it would receive broad parliamentary approval. Under global law, migrants intercepted in worldwide waters can not be sent back to Libya if they face potential violence and persecution.

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Italy wants to worldwide organizations such as the UNHCR and the IOM to work in Libya to make sure migrants are treated humanely.

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