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Conte rules out military intervention by his country in Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

ROME – Italy’s Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, stated on Tuesday that he rules out any military intervention by his country in Libya, which he said “could contribute to the instability of the country”.

Speaking during an interview with Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, Conte said the Palermo Conference “has helped us to recover our role much more than a possible presence of a military contingent, which could contribute to the instability of the country.”

“We must continue to support the efforts of the UN and continue to dialogue with the various Libyan actors so that all are convinced that questioning the sphere of personal influence, in view of the collective benefit of their people, is the only alternative to ensure peace and prosperity for their children and grandchildren.” said Conte.

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