The Address | Benghazi – Libya
TRIPOLI – France’s ambassador to Libya, Béatrice le Fraper du Hellen, announced on Tuesday that the French embassy will resume its work in Tripoli in April next year.
Du Hellen’s remarks came during a meeting with Foreign Minister of the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord (GNA), Mohamed Taher Siala, at the Foreign Ministry’s headquarters in the capital.
According to a statement by GNA’s Foreign Media Department, “The meeting reviewed the bilateral relations between the two friendly countries and discussed means of cooperation in various fields and supporting stability in Libya.”
“For her part, the ambassador expressed her happiness that the French embassy will resume its work from Tripoli in April. ” the statement reads before adding that the two diplomats also discussed the participation in the 5+5 Conference to be held in Marseilles.