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Rome, -Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentelone has expressed hope that progress can be made towards restoring services and improving security situation in Libya starting from the capital Tripoli through the establishment of the Presidential Guard units. A statement by the Italian Foreign Ministry said Gentelone received the UN Special Envoy to Libya Martin Kobler with whom he exchanged view over the internal situation in Libya and how to establish democracy in this country. The meeting followed a meeting in Tunisia for the parties to the political dialogue, and political talks over the security situation which the Italian Minister welcomed its positive results and conveyed his position to the UN Envoy. The Italian Foreign Ministry said Gentelone and Kobler valued the continued international support received by the Government of National Accord in Libya.
Source: Libyan News Agency