Italy, France: Libyans must know that the time given to them is not limitless
The President of France, François Holland, and Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Renzi, expressed dissatisfaction over the delay of approving the accord government in Libya, stressing that the international community will do all it can to help the new government be endorsed.
Italian PM, Renzi, said in a joint press conference with the French President, Holland, following the end of the 33 French-Italian summit in Venice, that despite all of the current obstacles, the international community will do its best to help the accord government in Libya get approved, stating that the time for the Libyans to do that is not limitless.
The French President also said that his country is putting pressure on the countries that have powerful voice in Libyan like Saudi Arabia to help find a solution to the crisis.
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