EU Delegation to Libya returns soon to work from Tripoli

The EU moved its mission to neighboring Tunisia in mid-2014 as security worsened in Libya amid escalating fighting between rival factions since the 2011 fall of longtime leader Muammar Gaddafi

The Head of the Delegation of the European Union to Libya Bettina Muscheidt has revealed in a meeting with the Foreign Minister of the Government of National Accord Mohammed Sayala that they will reopen the border assistance mission’s bureau in Libya’s capital Tripoli soon, not specifying a date for the comeback.

The delegation’s head, Muscheidt, said Tuesday that there is some sort of coordination with Libyan authorities including the Interior and Justice Ministries for the return of the EU border assistance mission.  

“There will be also projects that are going to be implemented in Libya to help the Libyan people, especially children, in addition to the coordination with the Libyan concerned authorities regarding efforts to end illegal immigration.

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