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- IOM Libya Update, 01 – 15 November 2019
- President of Mauritania: Fighting Terrorism in Africa Requires Solution to Libyan Crisis
- Stolen Libyan Artefacts Seized in Sidi Buzaid, Tunisia
- UN Development Programme in Libya Says Sebha Airport up and Running After Years of Closure
- Competence Document of Guiding Committee of Libyan Authorities Capacity Building Signed
TRIPOLI, May 4- Libyan Foreign Ministry denied reports that Arab and Western diplomats have left for neighboring Tunisia because of the security situation in Tripoli, and recent abductions of Jordan’s Ambassador and a Tunisian diplomat.
All Arab and Western diplomats are carrying out their duties in their embassies normally, a ministry spokesman said in a statement Saturday.
He, however, said the diplomats, like many other Libyans, travel to the Djerba during the weekend.
The spokesman said many diplomats left Tripoli for Tunisia last Thursday because it was a long weekend.