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- Eastern Libya forces say 16 Turkish soldiers killed in fighting
- WFP requires urgent funds in Libya as humanitarian needs rise [EN/AR]
- UNSMIL Grateful For ‘Sincerity And Enthusiasm’ Of Libyan 5+5 Committee
- Libya’s Consulate In Milano Tells Community To Be Cautious
- Bugdanov: Russian Foreign Policy Based On Constant Support For Libya’s Independence
TUNIS , Aug. 3 — The crisis response unit met, Saturday, under chairmanship of Interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa, to look at the situation on the Tunisian-Libyan border and implementation of “bottom-up organisational measures” decided to secure borders, a news release of the Prime Ministry points out.
The meeting also turned on health and human measures and the special security precautions aimed to face the threats and dangers of terrorism.