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- Minister of Employment and Rehabilitation meets with head of IOM
- Ministry of Economy and Industry lifts subsidy for Kerosene for commercial and industrial use
- Food & Drug Control centre convenes workshop on improving olive oil quality
- GNA Minister of Economy Discuss Economic Reform With Deputy head of UN Mission in Libya
- Italian Embassy Calls for Immediate Cessation of Combat Operations in Tripoli
A recent investigation by the British Guardian newspaper, based on Italian intelligence sources, has uncovered a ruse operating since late 2015, in which wounded members of Isis and other jihadist movements use false documents supplied by complaisant Libyan officials to gain entry to medical centres in Italy and other European countries.
Taking advantage of a Libyan Government-funded support scheme for government soldiers, a criminal network based in Misrata has apparently helped an indeterminate number of Islamic State fighters, including some of high rank, under cover of bogus personal details, to go for treatment in Italy and Schengen area countries.
How does the Commission view this serious situation, which underlines the danger arising from the flows of illegal immigrants from Libya, who are managing to slip into EU territory without any guarantee as to their identity and real intentions?