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Rome- The Libyan Embassy in Rome has said it was taking arrangements to start orgainzing visits to Libyan inmates in Italian prisons, on charges of engaging in trafficking offences or what's become known as illegal migration. The Embassy appealed on Saturday, through its SMS page, to relatives of prisoners to liaise with the consular section of the concerned embassy. It said it was prepared to take all measures and arrangements needed to enable relatives to gain visas, and facilitate visits to their relatives in the prisons.
Source: Libya News Agency