Airports to beef up security

Tripoli, 8 July 2013:

Security at the country’s airports is to be beefed up, with Libyan officials meeting EU specialists yesterday to discuss finding ways for different departments to cooperate.

In the first training session run by the EU Integrated Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya), officials attended from the country’s four biggest airports - Tripoli, Misrata, Sebha and Benghazi.

Airport staff, including representatives from immigration, customs, border police and aviation security, took part in workshops on ‘Multi-Agency Threat and Risk Assessment’ and Multi-Agency Control Operation.’

“This seminar is a very good example of . . .

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