France and Italy agree on joint work for the stability of Libye

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said he agreed with French President Emmanuel Macron on a common approach and work together to achieve stability in Libya.

Conte and Macron discussed on Wednesday in Rome the mechanisms for organising a Libyan party conference and a European mechanism for returning immigrants to their countries of origin. Macron said that Paris was fully aware of the Libyan crisis during this period and that it has a common agreement on Libya with Rome. He welcomed the initiative proposed by the French and Italian foreign ministers in New York to find a solution to the Libyan crisis, reported the Aki news agency, saying that this initiative was a tangible step towards stability in Libya.

“The Group of Seven Summit last August helped to make the idea of an international conference on Libya for all stakeholders in Libya and an inter-Libyan conference for all parts of the country” a possible solution to this chaos in the country, says Macron. Also on Wednesday, the head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, met with Conte in Rome and discussed the latest developments in Libya. The latter reiterated that there would be no dialogue with the leaders of the offensive against Tripoli (Khalifa Haftar) in the coming years.

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