No procrastination in investigations into killing of Copts in Libya – Official
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MENA

VIENNA:  Deputy Libyan ambassador to Austria Saleh el-Fetori denied that there is procrastination in investigations being held into the killing of Egyptian Copts in Libya.

Investigations are going on in full swing, he affirmed, adding that the Libyan people took to the streets to protest these crimes.

Libyan streets are awash with weapons and militants and reports are that there are about 26 million pieces of weapons in the possession of people throughout Libya, he told MENA in exclusive statements Sunday.

Fetori further said that his country’s government is struggling to return peace and tighten its grip on security following the Feb. 17 revolution.

There have been several incidents ranging from killings, torture and kidnappings involving Egyptian citizens in Libya.

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