UN envoy reduces importance of French-Italian dispute impact on Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

BENGHAZI – The United Nations special representative to Libya, Ghassan Salame, said the Libyans were too concerned about the French-Italian conflict regarding their country.

Salame said in an interview with Libya al-Hadath TV that the dispute between France and Italy is overt and everyone knows about it, noting that it is manifold and Libya is one of its elements and perhaps not the main element.

There are those who are seeking, on the European and global level, to heal this wound between Italy and France, he added.

The existence of hidden disputes, which may be more serious than the French-Italian one, negatively affects the Libyan situation, Salame pointed out.

For example, the dispute over the Islamic position makes the Islamic countries in different places that affect the Libyan situation, and the current dispute in the Arabian Gulf also affects the Libyan situation,” Salame said.


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