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Inkscape should have an item "Copy as" in its File menu. Suitable file formats are

• odg (OpenDocument). Use Insert > File to get it into LO Draw. I don't know, how good the export is in Inkscape 0.91. Try it. You would be able to edit parts of the drawing.
• svg Use "Normal"-svg not "Inkscape"-svg. Inkscape-svg adds a lot of elements in a special namespace, which do not belong to the svg standard and are ignored by LibreOffice. Use Insert > Image to get it into LO Draw. You cannot work directly on the elements of the svg-file. If you want to edit some parts, that is only possible, if you "break" it. But then it is no longer a svg-graphic.
• wmf might work too, but my Inkscape version has a bug with it, so I cannot test it. Same as with svg, you need to "break" it to edit parts of it.

Inkscape should have has an item "Copy as" "Save a copy" in its File menu. Suitable file formats are

• odg (OpenDocument). Use Insert > File to get it into LO Draw. I don't know, how good the export is That options works in Inkscape 0.91. Try it. You would be able to edit parts of the drawing.0.48 (tried with portable), but fails with 0.91 and 0.92 (tried with portable).
• svg Use "Normal"-svg "Plain"-svg not "Inkscape"-svg. Inkscape-svg adds a lot of elements in a special namespace, which do not belong to the svg standard and are ignored by LibreOffice. Use Insert > Image to get it into LO Draw. You cannot work directly on the elements of the svg-file. If you want to edit some parts, that is only possible, if you "break" it. But then it is no longer a svg-graphic.
• wmf might work too, wmf. That works in 0.92 but my Inkscape version has a bug with it, so I cannot test it. fails in 0.48. Same as with svg, Insert > Image, you need to "break" it to edit parts of it.