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Tripoli, The Libyan passenger airplane owned by the Afriqiyah Airlines which was kidnapped to the Mediterranean Island of Malta while on a flight from Tamanhint Airport in Sebha has been returned to Libya on Friday. the Delegate Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Siala said 'the return of the plane to Libya at this time is an indication that relations between countries if based on solid foundations can achieve a lot. The return of the plane to the Libyan territories is a prove of the strong relations between Libya and Malta Siala told the Libyan news agency after the arrival of the plane at Mi'tiga international Airport. 'The Foreign Ministry and other competent bodies will follow up the investigations with the Maltese authorities, but it is still premature to talk about the incident and its consequences, Siala said.
Source: Libya News Agency