The former Italian Interior Minister, Marco Minniti, said Friday that Italy’s national interest is at stake in Libya and that it has returned with a new awareness.
Minniti, who is currently the president of the Leonardo Med-Or Foundation for the exchange of experiences and technologies, expressed his hope that Italy would open a path for a unified approach for Europe towards Libya and North Africa. – According to the Italian agency Aki -.
Commenting on the visit of Prime Minister Mario Draghi to Tripoli, Minte said that a large part of Italy’s national interest is at stake in Libya, “in the field of energy, managing migration flows and combating international terrorism.
It is worth noting that the Italian Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, visited Tripoli on Tuesday, his first abroad, during which he held talks with the President of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Al-Manifi and Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbaiba.