Hungary says to reopen embassy in Tripoli soon
The Hungarian Ambassador to Libya met with the Presidential Council’s Deputy Head, Ahmed Mitig, in Tripoli and discussed the reopening of the Hungarian Embassy in the capital soon.
Mitig also discussed with Hungary’s Ambassador the joint interests and the relations as well as the cooperation between Libya and Hungary on all levels.
The Foreign Ministry commented Sunday after the meeting that the Hungarian Ambassador said his country is preparing to reopen its embassy in Tripoli soon.
Italy was the first to reopen its embassy in Tripoli in the beginning of last January, then Turkey followed at the beginning of this month.
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