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Al-Swehli calls Italy, France, and Tunisia to help Libya



The head of the State Council, Abdul-Rahman Al-Swehli, made phone calls with the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Angelino Alfano, the Tunisian Foreign Minister, Khemaies Jhinaoui, and the French Ambassador to Libya, Brigitte Curmi.

Al-Swehli talked about the political and security situation in Libya and the necessity to take firm stances to reduce the severe violations of human rights and the war crimes in Libya.

Al-Swehi called the Italian government for intensified efforts to mobilize the international support through the Security Council to protect the civilians in Libya and bring the criminals to the justice.

From his side, Alfano said that his country would call for an urgent meeting of the Security Council to discuss the war crimes on the eastern side of Libya.

In his call with Curmi, Al-Swehli called France to support Libya and protect the civilians. He also demanded the French government to refuse to militarize the ruling in Libya.

In the same context, Jhinaoui stressed Tunisia’s solidarity with Libya in refusing the war criminals in the eastern side of Libya.