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Meeting, Tuesday, the Crisis Response Unit in charge of following-up developments in Libya looked at the issue of the two Tunisian journalists Sofiene Chourabi and Nadhir Gtari and the staffer at Tunisia’s embassy in Tripoli Oualid Ksiksi abducted in Libya.
Taking the floor, Foreign Minister Mongi Hamdi reviewed the initiatives made and the consultations carried out with Libyan official and non-official personalities, to identify the abductors, know the place of the hostages’ confinement, enquire about their health state, favour their release and ensure their safe return to the country.
According to a press release of the Foreign Ministry, the meeting also turned on the outcome of the talks held by the Tunisian Consul General in Libya with Libyan officials, the development of the political situation in this country and the latest security developments, notably on the Tunisian-Libyan borders.
Tunisia should stand fully ready to deal with all scenarios that the crisis in Libya can generate, the Unit estimated, calling the Tunisian community members in Libya to by extremely careful and vigilant and take all their precautions during their movement on the Libyan territory.
It also urged Tunisian nationals to postpone their trips to Libya, except in case of extreme emergency.
Source : Tunis Afrique Presse