By Ashraf Abdul Wahab.
Tripoli, 14 March 2014:
The Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohamed Abdelaziz is in Cairo for talks which are . . .[restrict]expected to include the oil tanker crisis.
Culture Minister Habib Al-Amin said on Tuesday that the government had asked the Egyptian authorities to help return the Morning Glory to Libya. The last reported sighting of the vessel, which escaped Navy vessels attempting to blockade it after loaded an illegal shipment of oil from Sidra port, was off the Egyptian coast.
Abdelaziz flew to Cairo last night on a visit that is expected to last two days. He had previously been in Khartoum, Sudan, for a meeting between the Sahel-Saharan states, to discuss border security and sustainable development. [/restrict]