By John Lee.
Claudio Descalzi, the chief executive of Italy's Eni, has highlighted the recent positive developments in Libyan politics.
He told the Financial Times:
“There has been a change and it has been a positive change ... We went [in June] and we spoke to the prime minister. This hadn’t happened for years. It was the first time since the Arab spring where there was an institutional interlocutor.”
The article, however, emphasises that the Government of National Accord (GNA) remains fragile, and chaos could intensify again at any time.
(Source: Financial Times)