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Rome, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said his country was pressurized to intervene in Libya, but his government chose a different path. In remarks over Italian foreign policy Renzi was quoted by the Italian Aki news agency as saying in remarks in Florence 'there have been pressures over months, some may say related to a lobby, it becomes commonplace.' Some could say, let's intervene, let us use warplanes, let us send 5000 troops to Libya, but we chose a different path.'
Source: Libyan News Agency