Ban Ki-moon visits GNA members in Tunisia Monday
The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, is to pay a visit next Monday to Tunisia to meet its President and other Tunisian officials and then discuss the regional situation, especially Libya’s crisis.
Tunisian local news agencies reported that Bsn Ki-moon’s visit sims primarily to discuss the latest about Libya’s situation and the procedures of handing power in Tripoli to the Government of National Accord and the Presidential Council.
The meeting in Tunisia comes as a response coordination between the UN and Tunisia against the ongoing ISIS threat on the region, especially after the terror attacks on Tunisian Ben Gerdane city.
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