Italian Prime Minister and Russia’s President discuss Russia’s intention to settle peace in Libya
The Italian Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, was informed by Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin, in St. Petersburg Friday, that Russia will work constructively with the international community on a settlement in Libya.
Putin said the situation in Libya is very difficult saying that “the government, the parliament, armed groups, tribal interests, economic, ethnicity and other aspects are rather difficult to reduce to a common denominator.
On the other hand, the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has praised Russia for helping to resolve conflict in Libya. Mr. Renzi expressed gratitude to Mr. Putin for helping reduce violence in the country.
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