- Title: French foreign minister to discuss the Libyan crisis at a Mediterranean summit
- Date: 28th October 2016
- Summary: MARSEILLE, FRANCE (OCTOBER 28, 2016) (AGENCY POOL) ****WARNING CONTAINS FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY*** FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER, JEAN-MARC AYRAULT, ARRIVING VARIOUS OF AYRAULT GREETING LIBYAN FOREIGN MINISTER MOHAMED TAHER SIALA AND POSING FOR CAMERAS PHOTOGRAPHERS AT WORK (SOUNDBITE) (French) FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER, JEAN-MARC AYRAULT, SAYING: "We will talk about all the subjects. Obviously, the Libyan crisis with its security issues, the Libyan crisis with its migration issues. This will be one of the topics, but not the only one. Again, I think it is important to talk about all that may give our countries hope, and particularly the youth. We will talk about the training of young people". MINISTERS AND DELEGATES POSING FOR GROUP PHOTO SIALA DURING FAMILY PHOTO AYRAULT SITTING AT TABLE DURING MEETING SIALA AT MEETING VARIOUS OF MEETING EXTERIOR OF VENUE
- Embargoed: 12th November 2016 14:13
- Keywords: Ayrault security migrants Libya Mediterranean
- Location: MARSEILLE, FRANCE
- City: MARSEILLE, FRANCE
- Country: France
- Reuters ID: LVA00155X6QFB
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- Story Text:French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault on Friday (October 28) hosted an international summit of foreign ministers from countries near the western Mediterranean Sea.
Ayrault chaired the meeting in the port city of Marseille along with his Moroccan counterpart Salaheddine Mezouar.
The foreign ministers from Spain, Italy, Portugal and Malta also attended the meeting, joined by Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Taher Siala and his counterparts from Algeria, Tunisia and Mauritania in North Africa.
Ayrault said that many issues were on the agenda, including the situation in Libya, its security and migration implications.
The summit is expected to discuss radicalisation, migration, and the fight against the Islamic State group in Syria and elsewhere.
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