France is willing to provide logistics support for the Libyan Interior Ministry, French Ambassador to Libya Beatrice du Hellen said Sunday. The French envoy made the remarks at a meeting with Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha, during which they discussed ways to boost mutual cooperation.
“The French ambassador reiterated her country’s willingness to provide logistics support for the Ministry of Interior by signing agreements and Memorandums of Understanding in the fields of training,” the Libyan Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Libya has been suffering incessant violence and insecurity since the downfall of former leader Muammar Gaddafi in the 2011 uprising.
Libyan security services have been struggling to improve security in the country, particularly in the capital Tripoli.
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