This came in the context of Anna Maria Bernini's announcement that she rejects the plans of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Libya.
Bernini called on the Italian government to stop and end Erdogan, and said that the deteriorating situation in the Arab country confirms the government's failure in foreign policy.
"The recent visit of Foreign Minister de Mayo to Libya demonstrated the end of our influence in a region vital to our national security," said party leader Silvio Berlusconi, who led the former Prime Minister.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte issued a strongly worded warning to the Turkish President against the consequences of military intervention in Libya, stressing his country's rejection of any military action by Ankara against Libya.
Conte said that the military intervention would not help to settle matters on the ground, but rather would push the Libyan crisis towards further escalation - in reference to the frequent Turkish statements about the possibility of sending troops and mercenaries to Libya.
The Italian Prime Minister confirmed that his country rejects any military intervention in Libya, calling for the intensification of diplomatic efforts in order to reach a political solution to the Libyan crisis.