By Sami Zaptia.
London, 16 April 2020:
The Tripoli Chamber of Commerce and Industry today called for the immediate intervention by relevant Libyan authorities into the crisis of the 180 goods-laden trucks and their 250 drivers and assistants stranded on the Libyan-Tunisian border for the last month.
The goods transporters are laden mostly with foodstuffs en-route to Libya and were detained in situ as part of the border closures announced by both countries as part of their respective anti-Coronavirus measures. They are in effect detained at the Tunisian border crossing unable to . . .
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