Libya-Tunisia agreement on unified health protocol to pave way for opening borders

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 22 October 2020:

Libya and Tunisia agreed yesterday on an initial agreement to formulate an urgent unified health protocol to pave way for the reopening of the air space followed by land crossings.

The agreement came after a Libyan Foreign Ministry delegation met their Tunisian counterparts in Tunis yesterday.

The Libyan Foreign Ministry also reported that many issues related to the development of bilateral relations were discussed, such as the speed of holding the meeting of the Libyan-Tunisian Joint Committee and the need to expedite the resolution of all issues between the two countries.

 

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