Trump and Macron are concerned about the escalation of foreign intervention in Libya

US President also expressed hope for speedy talks between the G7 leaders.

US President Donald Trump and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron spoke by phone, expressing concern about the “aggravation of foreign interference” in Libya and agreeing with each other on the need for urgent de-escalation of the situation in this North African country, drained of blood by years of civil war.

Free News reported the conversation regarding the White House.

The two leaders also discussed progress in restoring socio-economic activity in the US and France, as well as in opening up the world economy, which was blocked during the coronavirus pandemic.

President Trump said he was looking forward to hosting a meeting of the leaders of the G-7 countries, which includes the United States, Canada, Japan, Germany, Britain, France, and Italy.
The format of this meeting is not yet specified