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France supports internationally-recognized government in Tripoli: Elysee source

Reuters Thursday, 18 April 2019
France said on Thursday it supported the internationally government in Tripoli after that authority accused it of backing its rival in eastern Libya and said it would cut security cooperation with Paris.
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France supports the unrecognised government in Tripoli but also maintained ties with the other government led by Haftar.

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