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The Netherlands propose to use satellites to uncover mass graves in Libya.

On Wednesday, the Netherlands proposed using satellites to locate mass graves that had not yet been discovered in Libya.

This came in the meeting of the Dutch ambassador to Libya, “Lars Tummers,” with the Vice President of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, at the Council’s headquarters in Tripoli. Tummers affirmed, “His country’s readiness to contribute to providing technical support to identify mass graves and missing persons due to the modern technologies that his country possesses in this field, adding that we are awaiting the approval of the Libyan state to start the project as soon as possible.

It is worth noting that the Chairman of the management Council, Tarhuna Muhammad Al-Kisher, said in previous statements to Arraed, that there were reports of 19 mass graves not found yet in the city of Tarhuna.

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