Spain’s Foreign Secretary arrives in Tripoli, discusses boost of relations with Libya
The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Manuel García, has arrived Thursday in Tripoli to meet with the Head of the UN-backed Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Serraj to discuss Spain’s support for the accord government in Libya.
The Spanish Minister talked about the mutual relations between Libya and his country, emphasizing that they should back each other to fight terrorism and illegal immigration.
He also told Al-Serraj that Spain is ready to cooperate with Libya in economic fields, oil industry and other fields.
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