CEO of Libyan Airlines released after 47 days of kidnap
The spokesman of the Libyan Airlines Company, Saad Bukhawa, has confirmed the release of the CEO of the company, Fathi Al-Shatti, after 47 days of abduction.
“Al-Shatti was released on Wednesday and he is very well.” Bukhatwa added.
He told the press that the CEO will hold a presser on Thursday to give details about the kidnap.
The CEO of Libyan Airline Company was abducted by an unknown armed group in mid-October.
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