Over 1,200 Egyptian nationals crossed Libyan border back home


Egyptian authorities said Tuesday that 1,225 Egyptian nationals returned home coming from Libya through Al-Salloum border in eastern Libya.

According to an Egyptian official, Hisham Lutfi, Al-Salloum border saw 874 legal crossings and 352 illegal ones during the last 24 hours.

Lutfi added that Al-Salloum border finished the procedures if allowing 792 persons into the border among them 468 Libyans, saying the authorities are speeding up the travel procedures from and to Libya for both Egyptian nationals and Libyan ones.

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