By Libya Herald reporter.
Tunis, 17 April 2015:
Prime Minister Abdullah Thinni, Libya’s only internationally recognized Prime Minister, said that he considered his visit to Moscow to be a success in view of the fact that the Russian side had expressed its preparedness to cooperate and help Libya during this critical period it was going through.
Speaking at a press conference yesterday at the end of his extended visit to the Russian capital, Thinni said that the long relationship with Russia based mainly on military cooperation provides a foundation for future cooperation between the two . . .
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