By Libya Herald reporter.
Tobruk, 26 April 2015:
The Libyan government has offered its deepest condolences to the people of Ethiopia for the . . .[restrict]brutal killing of 30 Ethiopians at the hands of the Islamic State (IS) on Libyan soil.
“The Libyan government realises that there are vulnerable people within its borders that need to be protected from the threat of terrorism, which is growing all over the world,” said Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs undersecretary Mohamed Attiya Suleiman Al-Obeidi.
Obeidi went on to say that the government was well aware that Libya’s stability and security is key to the continued development of other African countries in the region.
Furthermore, Libya and its neighbors had to work together to solve the problem of illegal migration, which has led to the senseless deaths of thousands of Africans in the Mediterranean.