Martedì 04 Agosto 2020 | 16:39

NEWS DALLA SEZIONE

ROME
Migrant repatriations to Tunisia to resume Aug 10

Migrant repatriations to Tunisia to resume Aug 10

 
ROME
Wildfire approaches residential area of L'Aquila

Wildfire approaches residential area of L'Aquila

 
ROME
Man fighting for life after acid attack, wife arrested

Man fighting for life after acid attack, wife arrested

 
ROME
Austrian tourist who damaged Canova sculpture identified

Austrian tourist who damaged Canova sculpture identified

 
ROME
First 250 migrants board Lampedusa quarantine ship

First 250 migrants board Lampedusa quarantine ship

 
ROME
Mother, child missing after road accident in Sicily

Mother, child missing after road accident in Sicily

 
ROME
>>>ANSA/ Victims mourned as new Genoa bridge inaugurated

>>>ANSA/ Victims mourned as new Genoa bridge inaugurated

 
ROME
Coronavirus: 159 new cases in Italy, 12 more deaths

Coronavirus: 159 new cases in Italy, 12 more deaths

 
ROME
Coronavirus: tests suggest 1.4m in Italy have antibodies

Coronavirus: tests suggest 1.4m in Italy have antibodies

 
ROME
Homophobia bill reaches floor of Lower House

Homophobia bill reaches floor of Lower House

 
ROME
Coronavirus: confusion continues for train passengers

Coronavirus: confusion continues for train passengers

 

Il Biancorosso

SERIE C

Bari, una panchina per 4: Vivarini in pole position

 

NEWS DALLE PROVINCE

LecceIL MISTERO
Caso Orlandi, l'Unisalento studia gli ultimi reperti

Caso Orlandi, l'Unisalento studia gli ultimi reperti

 
BariIL VERTICE
Bari, scuole in crisi ma dalla ministra solo promesse

Bari, scuole in crisi ma dalla ministra solo promesse

 
PotenzaINFRASTRUTTURE
Genzano di Lucania, distretto G: al via lavori da 50 milioni

Genzano di Lucania, distretto G: al via lavori da 50 milioni

 
Batl'operazione
Spinazzola, braccianti sfruttati a 4 euro l'ora: 60enne arrestato, denunciati 2 imprenditori

Spinazzola, braccianti sfruttati a 4 euro l'ora: 60enne arrestato, denunciati 2 imprenditori

 
MateraMIGRAZIONE
I migranti all'Old West di Ferrandina: chi scappa dalla fame chi dalla Siria

I migranti all'Old West di Ferrandina: chi scappa dalla fame, chi dalla Siria

 
TarantoL'INCHIESTA
Taranto, gruista morto: riparte l'indagine

Taranto, gruista morto: riparte l'indagine

 
Foggianel foggiano
Cerignola, auto fuori strada nella notte: muore 21enne, salvi due amici

Cerignola, auto fuori strada nella notte: muore 21enne, salvi due amici

 
BrindisiVANDALISMO
Brindisi, brucia rifiuti illegalmente: denunciato dai Forestali

Brindisi, brucia rifiuti illegalmente: denunciato dai Forestali

 

i più letti

Rome

Italy has stigmatised outside interference in Libya -Di Maio

Rome ready to rejig Libya op says Guerini

Italy has stigmatised outside interference in Libya -Di Maio

Rome, January 15 - Italy has stigmatised outside interference in Libya, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said Wednesday. There are no military shortcuts in the Mediterranean region, Di Maio said. "The broader Mediterranean is seeing a particularly turbulent phase above all in Libya, Iran and Iraq," Di Maio told the Senate. "Widespread instability closely touches national interests. "The more Italy can be united and compact the more it will succeed in fielding an effective political action. "In the Mediterranean there are no military shortcuts, they do not produce sustainable solutions. Di Maio added that Italy had "stigmatized" outside interference in Libya, which had turned into a proxy war. He called for a European mission against this interference. Di Maio said Sunday's Libya conference in Berlin had been set up "also thanks to us". The foreign minister also said Italy's priority was military security in Iraq. He said Italy was asking for a compromise between Iran and the United States. Di Maio said Italy had been informed by the US after its drone strike killing Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad. Di Maio added: "may a farsighted and shared vision prevail over short-sighted polemics, there are no simple solutions to complex problems in foreign policy. "Italy has balance in its DNA". Italy is ready to rejig its military presence in Libya in the light of recent developments, Defence Minister Lorenzo Guerini said Wednesday. The recent developments including a likely ceasefire "impose on us a reflection on a possible remodulation of our military effort", he told the parliamentary defence committees. "We could hypothesise an international intervention to give solidity to the security framework, respecting an eventual request for support made by the international community". There have been no direct threats to Italian soldiers, Guerini said, despite General Khalia Haftar's moves against Misrata. Eastern Libyan strongman Haftar has been attacking Tripoli since April. Haftar has said he will attend peace talks in Berlin on Sunday, where the US has also said it will attend. Guerini said ", despite the acquisition of the control of Sirte by (Haftar's) Libyan National Army, and the greater exposure of Misrata to General Haftar's aims, there don't appear to be direct threats towards our contingent in loco". Gureini added that ships of the EU's Sophia operation could be used to stop arms flowing into Libya. "Every effort must be made so that the ships of Operation Sophia can return to carrying out the essential task of putting a brake on the continuous flow of arms to the factions fighting in Libya". On the mission, which is currently 'frozen', he said "a decision will have to be taken at the end of March". On Iraq, Guerini said that in future the international intervention could pass over to NATO. "I think that NATO may represent the future dimension of the international intervention in Iraq, progressively replacing the Coalition, replicating the model implemented in Afghanistan," he said.

Lascia il tuo commento

Condividi le tue opinioni su

Caratteri rimanenti: 400

LE RUBRICHE

Speciale Abbonamento - Scopri le formule per abbonarti al giornale quotidiano della Gazzetta
Gazzettaffari - Portale di annunci de La Gazzetta del Mezzogiorno
Gazzetta Necrologie