France to reopen embassy in Libya: Macron


PARIS: France will reopen, after seven years, its embassy in Libya next Monday, to show its support for that country’s new government.

This was announced by French President Emmanuel Macron after meeting in Paris with visiting head of the Libyan presidency council Mohammed al-Menfi

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