Ras Ajdair border: still no trade exchange allowed
The Chief of Ras Ajdair border, Mohammed Jarrafa, confirmed that the border is still shut for trade exchanges and all the goods that pass through the border are personal belongings for the travelers.
He stressed that the trade trucks are filled with goods and waiting for permission from both the Libyan and Tunisian sides of the border.
Jarrafa added that it is not true that there were clashes at the border two days ago, saying he heard about this news only from media outlets Abd social media.
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