By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 28 April 2013:
Zeidan warned that Libyans must get their house in order if they are not to frighten . . .[restrict]foreigners and embassies away.
Speaking at this evening’s press conference, Zeidan appealed to the general public for support.
Zeidan further hoped to invoke the self interest of the general Libyan public to gather support in the face of challenges to his government following the French embassy bombing last week and the encircling by armed militias of the Foreign Ministry today.
He warned Libyans generally, who often queue for days and clamor for Schengen visas, and the ill and war injured specifically, that because some embassies have closed “now there are problems in getting visas”.
He noted that Germany had closed its embassy today and added that “their employees (the embassies in general) won’t work in these conditions”. [/restrict]