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TRIPOLI, JANUARY 9 – Italy and Libya will work together against illegal immigration and human trafficking, according to a memorandum of understanding signed on Monday in Tripoli by Interior Minister Marco Minniti after talks with
Premier Fayez Mustafa Al Serraj, Foreign Minister M. Siyala and the members of the presidential council, A. Maitig e A. Kajman.
Minniti’s mission in Libya marks “the beginning of a new phase of cooperation between the two countries”, a statement from the Ministry of the Interior said. Both sides stressed the advancement of bilateral cooperation in matters of security. Minniti and al Sarraj agreed on a commitment to tackle together problems such as all forms of smuggling and border protection, especially in Southern Libya. (@OnuItalia)
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Alessandra Baldini e’ stata la prima donna giornalista parlamentare per l’Ansa, poi corrispondente a Washington e responsabile degli uffici Ansa di New York e Londra. Dirige OnuItalia.
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