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Kidnapped Turks in Ubari released

The Government of National Accord (GNA) announced the release of three Turkish nationals from the technician team of the Turkish company Inka, executing the Ubari gas station project almost a year after their abduction.

The GNA said in a statement on Saturday, the security services had been able to release the three technicians, without disclosing any details of the incident, noting that Foreign Minister Mohamed Al-Sayala and Turkey’s ambassador to Libya Ahmed Dugan received the technicians at the airport before leaving for their country. .

 

In November last year, unknown gunmen kidnapped four foreigners, including three Turks, who worked for the company Anka.

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