GNA-appointed ambassador to UN in Geneva asks former ambassador to hand over all she possesses
The newly GNA-appointed Libyan ambassador at the UN in Geneva, Ahmed Al-Huwat, urged the dismissed former ambassador, Salwa Al-Dighili, to hand over all what she possesses for the newly-appointed Libyan attaché.
In a letter sent by Al-Huwat, he asked her to cover all the financial costs and the medical insurances for her and her family by the attache and then she must hand over the residence cards in no more than next Monday, June 20.
It is worth mentioning that the Foreign Minister of the GNA, Muhammad Sayala, has earlier sacked Salwa Al-Dighili and appointed Ahmed Al-Huwat in her place as the Libyan ambassador to the UN in Geneva.
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