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Tripoli, GNA Deputy Presidency, Abdussalem Kajman discussed Wednesday with the South Korean ambassador to Libya the fate of the south Korean kidnapped at the Man-made River in southern Libya. The ambassador expressed his country’s concern over the fate of the kidnapped including the south Korean engineer. The ambassador said the south Korean ship reported by the media, was sent to offer humanitarian assistance to the kidnapped engineer as well as Korean technicians in Libya if needed be. Kajman stressed the need to follow up this file and concern of the GNA government about the safety of the kidnapped and make all social pressures to ensure their release and the keen desire of GNA to foster cordial relations.
Source: Libya News Agency