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"We must now prepare for Libya's future without Qaddafi,"
A growing number of nations consider the fall of the
regime to be inevitable, and we must now prepare for Libya’s
future without Qaddafi, as illustrated by the recent, revealing
position taken by Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel-Aziz.
France was the first country to recognize the National Transitional Council as the legitimate representative of the Libyan people and we encouraged our partners to do the same.
As the Ministre d’Etat underlined on June 7, the National Transitional Council is the only repository of governmental authority in France’s relations with the Libyan State and the entities under it. We maintain close relations with it: its representatives are received at the highest level; our ambassador, Antoine Sivan, meets with them on a daily basis in Benghazi. The NTC’s health minister will be received in Paris tomorrow.
We welcome the fact that this recognition is now shared by most of the international community.
Foreign Minister Alain Juppé is today participating in the 3rd meeting of the
Libya in Abu Dhabi. He’ll have an opportunity to express his views following
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