Plans to provide diplomatic security in Tripoli announced as kidnappings continue

By Libya Herald reporter.

Tripoli, 21 May 2016:

In a bid to encourage diplomats to return to Tripoli, the head of the Temporary Security Committee (TSC) set up by the Presidency Council (PC), Abdulrahman Al-Tawil, has announced that plans are in hand to secure embassies and other diplomatic premises in the capital.

Speaking yesterday, he said that along with safeguarding the safety of the Presidency Council itself, it was the first step towards securing the entire city.

However, Libya-accredited diplomats who have quit Tripoli, mostly for Tunis, almost unanimously say that they will not . . .

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