EU Observer (1 April 2021)
Dario Cristiani And Karim Mezran
Europeans might like it or not, but if Turkey had not defeated Haftar militarily, this positive evolution would have been impossible.
Visiting Libya with his German and Italian counterparts, Jean-Yves Le Drian, French minister of foreign affairs, stressed that Europeans were pleased to see "efforts bear(ing) fruit… meetings in Paris and Palermo, and a conference in Berlin… and today we are seeing the first results."
These words echoed what EU foreign affairs high representative Josep Borrell said in February: "Since the Berlin Conference", Libya has made significant progress toward "securing lasting peace and stability".
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