Congress bloc demands $100 million gift for Syrian revolution
By Ahmed Elumami.
Tripoli, 15 July 2013:
The Martyrs’ Loyalty Bloc today demanded fellow congress members support the Syrian revolution, including giving $100 million in aid.
In addition to recognising the Syrian Coalition, the members also said that that the Syrian embassy in Tripoli should be used to help displaced people and to support the Syrian community in Libya.
“We were demanding the Congress and the interim government recognise the coalition of Syria” head of the Martyrs’ Loyalty Bloc, Mohamed Al-Amari Zayd told the Libya Herald, “ and set out a clear position to the Syrians, especially in their current crisis.”
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