By Libya Herald staff.
London, 3 October 2014:
British and Italian prime ministers David Cameron and Matteo Renzi discussed Libya . . .[restrict]and the UN-led negotiations yesterday when they met in London.
A Downing Street spokesman said afterwards the premiers had “expressed shared concern about the situation in Libya and their determination to support co-ordinated international efforts led by the UN Special Representative Bernardino Leon”.
Events in the country were placed within the context of ongoing regional shifts. The two men went on to discuss their nations’ engagement in the conflict in Iraq.
Internal European issues of trade and climate change were also on the agenda. Italy currently holds the presidency of the European Council.
Britain and Italy along with France, Germany and the United States have presented a united front on Libya since the 2011 revolution. All five countries have supported the House of Representatives as the sole legitimate authority in the country.
They have also decried division and interference with the nation’s democratic transition.