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29 mag 2018

Caos Libia, Tripoli e Tobruk non firmano l'accordo di pace

Nel summit di Parigi si sono decisi i futuri assetti del Paese nordafricano: unificazione delle istituzioni politiche ed elezioni il prossimo 10 dicembre. Tuttavia, gli impegni non sono stati ratificati con una dichiarazione scritta. Il presidente francese Macron: "Ci affidiamo al buon senso delle parti"

29 mag 2018
giovanni panettiere
epa06770989 Chairman of the Presidential Council of Libya, Fayez al-Sarraj (L) shakes hands with French President Emmanuel Macron after the participants of the International Conference on Libya listened to a verbal agreement between the various parties regarding the organization of a democratic election this year at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, 29 May 2018. Libyan factions and the international community on 29 May signed an accord in Paris that paved the way for legislative and presidential elections to be held in the war-torn North African nation by the end of the year.  EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT / POOL MAXPPP OUT
Macron e al-Sarraj al tavolo di Parigi (Foto Ansa)
epa06770989 Chairman of the Presidential Council of Libya, Fayez al-Sarraj (L) shakes hands with French President Emmanuel Macron after the participants of the International Conference on Libya listened to a verbal agreement between the various parties regarding the organization of a democratic election this year at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, 29 May 2018. Libyan factions and the international community on 29 May signed an accord in Paris that paved the way for legislative and presidential elections to be held in the war-torn North African nation by the end of the year.  EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT / POOL MAXPPP OUT
Macron e al-Sarraj al tavolo di Parigi (Foto Ansa)

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