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Trump led with Haftar's talking about Libya's future

In the UN security Council to argue whether the Libyan General Haftar to be named as guilty for the violence in Tripoli. US President, Trump praised in a telephone conversation with Haftar's "anti-terror efforts".

US President Donald Trump has consulted with the renegade Libyan General Khalifa Haftar on the situation in the country. On Monday, the two had discussed in a telephone conversation about "ongoing anti-terrorist efforts," and the need "to achieve peace and stability in Libya," said the White house.

Trump have praised the "significant role", the Haftar in the fight against terrorism and in the protection of the Libyan Oil reserves games. The two had discussed a "common Vision", as in Libya, a Transition to a "stable, democratic political System" could be created, it said. The White house has not explained why the disclosure of the conversation were only more days late.

Rome and Paris, solder joint strategy

About Libya, the Italian language today, foreign Affairs Minister Enzo Moavero Milanesi with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian in Rome. Both countries wanted to explore a common strategy, both have a common goal, said after the Meeting. The talks to be held next week. "Without a solid French-Italian Agreement," there would be no end to the fighting in Libya, said Le Drian. Both Italy and France are pursuing in Libya of its own strategic interests, particularly in relation to the oil Stocks of the country.

In Libya ever since the overthrow of Libyan ruler Muammar al-Gaddafi in 2011, Chaos. The renegade General Haftar had launched at the beginning of April, an Offensive on the capital Tripoli, where UN-backed government of Prime Minister Fajes al-Sarradsch. The General supported a rival government in the East of Libya.

In fierce battles have been killed, according to the world health organization since the beginning of the Offensive on Tripoli, at least 205 people and left more than 900 others injured. More than 25,000 people according to the International organization for Migration on the run.

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