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The Bosnian Embassy provides its services from Tripoli, starting from April 19.

The Libyan Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina announced, on Sunday, the reopening of visa services at the Bosnian Embassy in the capital, Tripoli, starting April 19.

The embassy – the official page – stated that Libyan citizens can now apply for the necessary visa to visit Bosnia through its embassy in Al Siahia area.

The embassy indicated that this step came to provide all facilities to the citizens of the two countries, to contribute to support cooperation in the field of tourism, trade exchange and investment, and to develop cooperation relations between the two countries.

It is worth noting that the Libyan embassy in Bosnia announced, last November, that an agreement had been reached between the two countries to facilitate the provision of services to citizens with consideration to reopening the embassy as soon as possible.

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