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PARIS -- French Foreign Ministry Thursday announced the country's determination to boost security and political presence in Libya, which is currently facing threats of terrorism.
In a statement issued Thursday, the ministry's spokesperson said "in collaboration with partners of Europe and Libya's neighboring countries, France will study enhancing its political and security existence to defeat terrorists and support Libyan institutions".
French President Emmanuel Macron announced, during his presidential campaign, his intention to foster the French role in Libya.
Source: NAM News Network