Tripoli, 12 May 2013:
The Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has moved to counter public criticism of Qatar following accusations by protestors and in the press and social media that the Gulf state has been interfering in Libya’s internal affairs.
In a meeting today in Tripoli with the Qatari Ambassador, Sheikh Mohammed bin Nasser Al Thani, the Prime Minister said that there was no evidence for such accusations. He laid stress on the depth and strength of relations between the two states. There was profound mutual respect between the two, he said, noting that Libya valued the role . . .
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