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EU 'must give Libya more autonomy' over stopping Europe-bound migrants

Video Credit: euronews (in English) - Duration: 02:49s - Published
EU 'must give Libya more autonomy' over stopping Europe-bound migrants

EU 'must give Libya more autonomy' over stopping Europe-bound migrants

Euronews spoke to Admiral Fabio Agostini, head of the EU mission to enforce the Libyan arms embargo in the Mediterranean Sea, who said that more autonomy must be given to the war-torn country.


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