EU embassy assumes work in Tripoli

The European Union’s (EU) ambassador to Libya, Jose Sabadell, said Thursday that the EU’s embassy in Tripoli was reopened and starting working in the Libyan capital.

The announcement came in a meeting for Sabadell with the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, and the deputy Abdullah Al-Lafi.

The EU ambassador and the Libyan official talked about the recent developments and the issue of illegal immigration, according to the media office of the Presidential Council.

Meanwhile, Menfi reiterated to Sabadell the viability of cooperation to secure Libya’s southern borders and backup development projects in the region, as such projects would be important in limiting the flow of illegal immigrants.


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