Italy sends humanitarian aids to Libya’s Sabratha

Italy sends humanitarian aids to Sabratha. (Photo: Internet)

Italy sent 11 tonnes of humanitarian aid to a clinic in the Libyan town of Sabratha, 80 km west of Tripoli on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Angelino Alfano said, according to ANSA.

He said this was “further proof of the Italian government’s solidarity towards all the Libyan people”.

Italy is boosting aid to Libya to help stem a migrant crisis in the central Mediterranean., ANSA added.

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