Italian Foreign Minister stresses need for one negotiation in Libya under UNSMIL’s supervision

Foto di Angelino Alfano [Biografieonline]
Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano on Tuesday said one negotiation on Libya led by the UN was necessary as too many talks so far had led to zero final results, addressing a joint press conference with the UN special envoy for the country, Ghassan Salame’, at the foreign ministry in Rome.

”Negotiation formats in Libya must be reduced to one, the UN needs to take the leadership”, Alfano said.

”Up until today there have been too many negotiations, too many negotiators and zero final results”.

”Political instability in Libya is not a second-league match, it is an absolute priority”, stressed the minister.

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