- ticket title
- South Africa: State-owned utility Eskom aims to stabilise grid by end-March after blackouts Pres Ramaphosa
- Ethiopia to Get $3 Billion Loan From World Bank
- Collared Elephant Killed as Botswana Prepares to Issue 272 Hunting Licenses
- Algeria’s Electoral Commission Proclaims Former PM Tebboune Winner of Presidential Election
- Panel of Experts Recommends Intercepting and Searching of Vessels Carrying Arms to Libya
TRIPOLI, April 16– Libya’s General National Congress (GNC) has strongly condemned the terrorist attack against Morocco’s embassy in Tripoli, describing it as a “criminal act”.
The GNC said here Wednesday it would monitor the investigations conducted by the security apparatus of the “Government of National Salvation” aimed at “identifying the perpetrators and the parties behind this criminal act”.
The attacks against the embassies of friendly countries are vain attempts to muddy the waters in the capital and present it as a insecure city, to deter countries from re-opening their embassies and to influence the course of national dialogue and Morocco’s efforts to ensure its success, the GNC pointed out.
A bomb exploded at the gates of the Moroccan embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. There was some damage to cars nearby, but no report of injuries.