France wants to re-open its embassy in Libya "soon"
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Aareault said that his country intends to re-open its embassy in Libya as soon as security guarantees if there is to it.
This came in a statement by French Foreign Minister after his meeting with German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Tuesday region (La Celle Saint-Cloud) near Paris.
He added that France asked whether she would re-open its embassy, as did Tunisia and that his country will work on it if the security conditions ripe: "It will be a reference in the very strong show that we do not give in to terrorists. "
In response to a question about the expected date for the reopening of the embassy, Aareault replied: "yes in the fastest time is the first step has been passed ... and this is necessary."
It is noteworthy that Western countries hoping to be allowed to form a unity to address the threat of jihadist extremism represented by terrorist organization isis who took advantage of the political vacuum in Libya to ta'zir presence there and control of the city of Sirte, a stronghold of the late President Muammar Gaddafi's government.
Presidential Council in Libya and called - in mid-March - Libyan institutions to begin the process of transfer of power to the Government of National Reconciliation Mecca of the 18 members and asked the international community to deal only with the new government.