Foreign Ministry warns citizens not to attack Libyan embassies abroad
Tripoli, 30 November:
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called on all citizens abroad to refrain from attacking Libyan embassies, warning that those who do so will face criminal prosecution.
In a statement issued on Friday, the ministry said that such incidents bring Libya’s international reputation into disrepute, embarrass host countries and compromise the principles of the 17 February revolution, which are based on respect for the rule of law.
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