Military intervention in Libya was "deep mistake", says Emmanuel Macron
01/02/2018 21:56, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP) – French President Emmanuel Macron, admitted Thursday in Tunis, that the military intervention in Libya was a "deep mistake", committed by the world powers.

"This was not the right solution as this military action was not included in a clear political and diplomatic roadmap", explained the French head of state during a press briefing at the Tunis-Carthage airport, shortly before his departure.

In response to a question about France's foreign policy, particularly with regard to Libya, Macron pointed out that this military intervention allowed to overthrow the Gaddafi regime but did not propose anything as solutions.

For French President Emmanuel Macron, who has completed his two-day state visit to Tunisia at the invitation of President Béji Caïd Essebsi, "the intervention in Libya was" a bad method "that plunged the country into a real crisis and weakened the security situation in neighbouring countries including Tunisia. »

"France had repeatedly disapproved of this choice," said the president, adding that the current will of his country is to build elements of future stability in this country, "he went on saying.

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