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GNA Foreign Minister Stresses Importance of Security and
Political Cooperation Between Libya, Niger, Sudan and Chad.
Wednsday , 04– 04– 2018 – 16:46:00
Niamey, 4 April 2018(Lana) The GNA Foreign Minister Mohamed Siala
has stressed the importance of political and security cooperation
between Libya, Niger, Sudan and Chad to combat cross-border crime,
drug and contraband smuggling.
Speaking before a consultation meeting that was held in the
Nigerien capital on Tuesday to coordinate effort between Libya and
the African Sahel countries to secure borders and combat cross-border
threats including terrorism and trafficking, Siala said ‘we meet
today to think loudly, after the danger widened and spared no one,
and it became evident that the matter requires collective action to
confront the threats against our peoples and our dreams for progress
‘We meet to consider the real danger aimed at us as states and
political entities, by an enemy which will not rest until it destroys
everything that’s civilized and humane under plea of religion, Siala
told the audience.
He pointed out that the GNA Government is suffering from the
plight of terrorism and cross-border crime, which compels us to work
together to confront them, noting that Libya was the first country to
suffer, and still does, from this serious phenomenon.