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Libyan Consul General of Marseille deplores accusation of Libya’s involvement in slave trade and explains its relationship with Africans

On Sunday, the Libyan consul general in Marseille, France, Abdel Salam Al-Qadi, said that Libyans sympathize with their African brothers due to the circumstances that led them to emigrate.

A source in the consulate said that the judge, during his speech at the gathering, denounced what he deemed as a media attack on Libya and the attempt to portray it as racism against Africans.

The consulate distributed copies of the statements of Presidential Council and the Foreign Ministry and showed pictures displaying the fraternal relationship between Libyans and their African brothers.

Demonstrators in front of the consulate in Marseilles and some human rights organizations participating protested against the CCN footage alleging that there is a slave trade in Libya.

 

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