By Jacopo Barigazzi, for Politico.
EU draws up options for boots on the ground in Libya
EU officials have drawn up plans to deploy European military observers to Libya if a cease-fire takes hold there - a potentially high-risk mission reflecting a drive by foreign policy chief Josep Borrell for the bloc to play a more active role beyond its borders.
A draft 10-page document prepared by the EU's foreign policy arm and obtained by POLITICO sets out a range of options to bolster a cease-fire in the volatile North African country - from offering advice to a Libyan-led effort through to deploying a fully fledged EU Miltary and Observation Mission, complete with land and air elements.
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