Italy’s priority in Libya is the establishment of the Libyan unity government and not the undertaking of foreign operations inside the war-torn country.
Italian website, Italy Europe 24, reported that in a UN meeting on Monday Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni told his counterparts, that the Libyan International Assistance Mission (LIAM) in Libya must start only after a clear request by the new Libya unity government.
The Italian side knows that a large part of the Libyan society ...
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