Italian Prime Minister, Mario Draghi, has confirmed that his country is pushing towards a solution that brings stability in Libya, which he considered a goal that should be pursued.

In a statement before the "Towards the South" forum, organized by the European House Ambrositi in Sorrento, Italy, Draghi acknowledged the difficulty of reaching a compromise to succeed in forming a freely elected government in Libya by its people, pointing out that Italy supports every diplomatic mediation that leads to stability in the Mediterranean countries.

Italy wants to be back at the forefront of diplomatic operations in Libya to maintain the role of the mediator to enable the Italian company Eni to obtain an exploratory mandate to research and use new resources while avoiding antagonizing anyone sides, the Italian Decode 39 website said.