Libya’s eastern administration hands power to interim govt, France to reopen embassy in Tripoli

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French President Emmanuel #Macron said on Tuesday that Paris would reopen its embassy in the Libyan capital #Tripoli next Monday to show its support for the new authorities. Speaking alongside Mohammed al-Menfi, the head of the Libyan presidency council, Macron said France and its European partners would back #Libya’s political efforts and called for Turkish and Russian forces to leave the country as soon as possible.

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