Libya’s crisis will be on the trilateral summit’s table in Italy
Sources in the Italian Prime Ministry said that the Italian PM Matteo Renzi had talked with the German chancellor Angelina Merkel and the French President François Hollande and viewed the Italian, German, French in the trilateral summit agenda that will be hosted by Italy on next Monday on Fettuccini island south of the capital Rome.
The Italian news agency AKI quoted official sources as saying that the phone talks had viewed the international crisis scenarios, on top of them was the situation in Libya and Syria, as well as the economic condition in Europe.
Italy and France are very active players in the Libyan situation and they agreed to hold the discussions with Germany to see if they can arrive at one common ground regarding bringing peace back to Libya.
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