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Dutch Embassy to resume visa services for Libyans

Dutch Embassy to resume visa services for Libyans

Dutch-Embassy-to-resume-visa-services-for-Libyans

The Minister of Interior of Dbeibeh’s government, Khaled Mazen, met on Monday with the ambassador of Netherlands to Libya, Dolf Hogewoning, to discuss issues of common concern.

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Both sides reviewed bilateral cooperation, including combating crimes and drug control, as well as supporting Libya’s elections. Hogewoning confirmed that the Dutch embassy in Tripoli will restart granting visas to Libyans starting next week.

Dutch Embassy to resume visa services for Libyans
Dolf Hogewoning and Khaled Mazen – from left to right

Mazen stressed the importance of enhancing joint cooperation in order to achieve security and stability in Libya. He also praised the role played by the Netherlands in supporting the Libyan people. The two officials also discussed ways to accelerate the return of displaced Libyans and the provision of humanitarian assistance to those in need.

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