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Macron and Putin discuss Libyan Catastrophe in videoconference meeting

French President Emmanuel Macron” is convinced” France will”proceed” with Russia onto lots of topics, including the Libyan catastrophe, a presidential source told AFP on Friday following a videoconference discussion between Macron and Vladimir Putin.

Both heads of state held a 2-hour movie conference to follow up on a previous August 2019 assembly. They especially talked about the catastrophe in Libya.

Libya was plagued with violence and power struggles because of the fall of this regime of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

Russia, France, and several other nations back forces led by Khalifa Haftar who’s combating the UN-supported authorities in Tripoli, which will be backed mostly by Turkey.

Putin responded that the states would work together to set a ceasefire on the grounds of their present military situation.

Both leaders also talked about Syria and Ukraine. The French boss voiced concern regarding the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria.

“The President of the Republic emphasized his attachment for their dialogue that has just [become more applicable ] since the restructuring of the world power balance accelerates because of the outbreak,” that the Elysée Palace stated in a press release published following the assembly.

According to the Kremlin site which printed extracts from the meeting, the president stated to Macron: “I understand [you seek to possess ] work on a number of these subjects. We’ll support your suggestions in all Probable ways.”