French, Spanish, UK envoys in Libya to support unity govt


Tripoli / AFP

The ambassadors of Britain, France and Spain arrived in the Libyan capital on Thursday to support the new unity government seeking to end the country’s turmoil.
It is the first visit by the European envoys to Tripoli since European Union member states decided to close their embassies in mid-2014 because of unrest.
French ambassador Antoine Sivan, British envoy Peter Millet of Britain and Spain’s Jose Antonio Bordallo arrived at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport before heading to the naval base where the unity government has set up operations.

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