Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte stressed on Thursday that Libya should not continue to suffer the pressures from international parties, adding that the stability of Libya does not only serve the interests of Rome or Paris, according to the Italian news agency Aki.
Speaking at a news conference in Brussels after the NATO summit, Conti said that "the process of stability in Libya is an issue that can not be of interest to Italy or France exclusively," noting that "much remains to be done, while respecting the rights of a country and not should continue to suffer pressure from other international parties."
"Libya is a country that must be accompanied on the path that leads to democracy," he said. "But beware that if we go too far, we risk the opposite of goals, and that is the risk of total chaos."
"As we have learned from the experience of history, the necessary political, economic and social conditions must be created so that Libya can withstand the impact of the democratic system," added the Italian Prime Minister.