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Foreign Ministry summons Libyan Charge d'affaires and protests over statements of Libyan Army element.

Khartoum, Oct. 3 (SUNA) - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned Thursday the Charge d'affaires of the Libyan Embassy in Khartoum where its Undersecretary Abdallah Hamad Al-Azrag informed him officially on the Sudan protest over the statements of one element of the Libyan Army to the media who accused Sudan of support to extremist groups in Libya.

The Ambassador Al-Azrag explained that Sudan has taken a neutral position over what is taking place in Libya and stands at one distance from all parties in Libya.

He expressed Sudan readiness to play a mediation role and continuing its positive role in support to the will of the Libyan people since eruption of the February 17 Revolution.

The Libyan Charge D'affaires, meanwhile, expressed regret over the incorrect statements which will cast negative lights over the strong relations between the two sister nations, affirming desire of the Libyan government to enhance its relations with Sudan.

He thanked Sudan for its supporting stance to the Libyan Revolution and to the choise of the Libyan people.

The Libyan Charge d'affaires appreciated the recognition of the government of Sudan to the legitimacy of the elected parliament, which is now holding its meetings in Tubrok.


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Date:Oct 3, 2014
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