Libyan Unity Government Urges U.S. To Rethink Ban

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A spokesman for Libya's Unity Government has voiced concerns over the U.S. travel embargo imposed on the North African country, following Trump's executive order. Shraf Tulty hopes that the unity government will be able to convince the newly elected U.S. administration to rethink the executive order and make exceptions for Libyan students and humanitarian cases. He also added that Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed Taha Sialla, will contact his US counterpart to find solutions that will preserve the relations between the two nations. Meanwhile, a team of Libyan officials, including the government spokesman, have been invited to the U.S. to attend a forum in Washington DC next month to discuss Libyan oil investments.
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