The Address | Benghazi – Libya
TRIPOLI – The Italian embassy announced on Wednesday that 104 migrants will reach its Italy after they left Tripoli through a new humanitarian corridor organized with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
The embassy stated via Twitter that Italy “continues to open its doors to safe and legal channels for refugees”, while fighting human traffickers.
Today 104 persons in need left #Tripoli to reach #Italy,thanks 2 a new humanitarian corridor organized w/ @UNHCRLibya.While fighting human traffickers w/ all our strength & fruitful coop w/ @GovernmentLY,Italy continues 2 open its doors to safe&legal channels for refugees.#Libya pic.twitter.com/7q40BgQFJz
— Italy in Libya (@ItalyinLibya) December 19, 2018