Two Oil Ports to Re-Open

An agreement has reportedly been reached for operations to resume at two oil export terminals in eastern Libya, which had also been shut down by guards.

Members of the security forces guarding Es Sider and Ras Lanuf ports had shut them down in the last few days after they demanded better work conditions, according to Reuters.

Following a long meeting in Brega an agreement was reached, and the guards gave instructions to allow workers to resume export operations.

(Source: Reuters)

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