You’re Invited |Libya in Conflict| Mohammed Ali Abdallah | Apr 15

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Tennessee World Affairs Council Invite You to Participate in A Teleconference

“Libya in Conflict”

Mohammed Ali Abdallah

Political Advisor to the Prime Minister of Libya

with moderator Bill Clifford President & CEO World Affairs Councils of America

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

1:00-1:30 p.m. (CT)

Via Teleconference

Register now for WACA’s KNOW NOW conference call Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at 1:00-1:30 pm CT, featuring Mohammed Ali Abdallah. Dr. Quick will be in conversation with World Affairs Councils of America President and CEO Bill Clifford.

Mohammed Ali Abdallah, Political Advisor for U.S. Affairs to the Prime Minister of Libya (leader of the U.S.-UN-recognized Government of Libya).

The conflict and violence that has handcuffed Libya’s progress post-revolution continues to plague Libyans’ efforts to revitalize and rebuild the war-torn country.  In cooperation with the international community, Libyans established the interim Government of National Accord to unite the country’s factions and build a stable civil society. In April 2019, Khalifa Haftar and his forces launched an attack on Tripoli to overthrow the GNA, instigating a war that over the past year has killed more than 2,200 people, displaced over 200,000, and made oil-rich Libya the center of an international proxy. One year after Haftar began his advance on Tripoli, join Mr. Abdallah and WACA President and CEO Bill Clifford to discuss the state of the war in Libya, the role of external powers, and prospects for resolution.

KNOW NOW conference calls feature global thought leaders hosted by WACA, as well as local authorities in government, business, academia and cultural fields who are identified and moderated by local Councils.


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