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Amendment: Accreditation notice: International Conference on Libya (Farnesina, 6 March 2014)

The international conference on Libya will take place at the Farnesina on Thursday 6 March 2014.


Proceedings will be opened by Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini; Jeffrey Feltman, Under Secretary General for Political Affairs at the United Nations; Tarek Mitri, the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative for Libya and head of the UNSMIL mission; and senior Libyan authorities.


The schedule for the press programme is as follows.



  • Filming of opening speeches at the conference (10.15)

  • Family photo (13.30)

Photographers and television crews interested in covering the opening speeches and family photo should report to the Press Accreditation Office at the rear entrance to the Ministry in Via Macchia della Farnesina, from 8.30 and no later than 9.15.



  • Closing press conference by Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini; the Libyan Foreign Minister, Mohamed Abdulaziz; and the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative for Libya and head of the UNSMIL mission, Tarek Mitri (about 17.00)

Journalists, photographers and television crews interested in following the press conference should report to the Press Accreditation Office at the rear entrance to the Ministry in Via Macchia della Farnesina, from 15.30 and no later than 16.15.


Accreditation badges can be collected in person on presentation of a valid ID at the Press Accreditation Office at the rear entrance to the Ministry in Via Macchia della Farnesina, from 8.30 of Thursday 6 March 2014.


Media representatives accompanying foreign delegations taking part in the conference should use the same entrance in Via Macchia della Farnesina, from 8.30, to collect their press accreditation badge. They should bring a valid identity document with them.


For organisational purposes, journalists may also enter the Ministry from 8.30 onwards. The above instructions regarding the press programme remained unchanged.