By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 20 October 2014:
Prime Minister Abdullah Thinni has warned of the hazards that Libya faces from its neighbours saying illegal immigration . . .[restrict]and weapons smuggling were among the greatest dangers.
He cited the threats from Daaish (Islamic State) as well as Nigeria’s Boko Haram and groups linked to Al-Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).
Talking about his planned visit to Khartoum, Thinni referred to the joint-border force agreed with the Sudan. He added: “We are seeking to extend this agreement to other countries such as Chad, Niger, Algeria and Tunisia”. [/restrict]