Zeidan promises more military aid for Benghazi

By Ahmed Elumami

Tripoli, 17 June 2013:

The Prime Minister, Ali Zeidan, held a security summit in Benghazi on Sunday aimed at boosting security in the city and support for army and police. In attendance were the Deputy Prime Minister Awad Al-Barasi, the Interior Minister Mohamed Al-Sheikh, a dozen Benghazi Congress members and the local council, as well as Mohamed Al-Shareef, the head of the Joint Security Room in Benghazi.

Stressing that he and the Interior Minister had been following events in the city from the beginning of the current crisis, Zeidan insisted . . .

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