Renzi: No rush in presenting military intervention plans


    The Italian Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, won’t rush in presenting plans for military intervention in Libya, after 2 Italian nationals were killed in Libya.

    “Media rushed and forecasted scenarios for Italian war in Libya, which is far from reality, while in reality the situation in Libya is complicated”, Renzi stated.

    Renzi asserted that rival factions need to agree on a unity government that then has to ask for the international assistance to fight the Islamic State group (IS), only then the parliamentary elections can be held and Italy can intervene.

    “Now isn’t the time for gambles, it is a time that requires wisdom and right judgment”, he explained.