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Washington- US President Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron discussed on Monday the developments of the Libyan crisis and stressed the need for a ceasefire in Libya. In a press release, White House Deputy Spokesman Jad Dair said that “Trump” and “Macron” discussed the most important bilateral and regional issues and agreed on the urgent necessity of a ceasefire in Libya and the resumption of negotiations between the Libyan parties as soon as possible. The two Presidents stressed that the military escalation must be stopped by all parties immediately with the aim of preventing the Libyan conflict from turning into a more serious and unsolvable confrontation.
Source: Libya News Agency