France’s Emmanuel Macron: “It Was Useless to Attack the Regime of Gaddafi”; Sarkozy Is A…

In front of Burkinabè students, French President Emmanuel Macron, visiting Ouagadougou on Tuesday, said what he thinks of the 2011 military intervention in Libya that led to the death of Muammar Gaddafi.

“You spoke to me first about Libya, in terms I would not have used,” he told a student.
If he was President of the Republic, at the time of the facts, said Macron, “I will not have supported the intervention in Libya”.
He said he was convinced that: “It was useless to attack the Gaddafi regime.”
The French number one argues that it is for the integrity and stability of states.
“I am for the sovereign peoples,” he argued before insisting on his position: “I am not for interventions from outside that destabilize the political situation.”
President Alpha Condé recently recalled his position regarding the military intervention in Libya.
At the G8 summit in Deauville, he explained, “we, President Issoufou and I warned the big powers by saying ‘do not intervene in Libya. If you intervene, there will be two consequences. The Somaliization of Libya and the proliferation of arms and terrorism at home. But we were not listened to.


Today, said the Guinean president, “there is no state in Libya and there is the war in Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad”, considering that it is today It is easy for Westerners to recognize that their intervention in Libya is a mistake.


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