Malta and Libya in Security Talks

The Libyan Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr Abdul Razak Al-Grady, was the special guest of the Maltese Chairmanship during the Forum for Security Cooperation (FSC) plenary meeting, at which the illicit trafficking of armaments in the Mediterranean region was discussed.

In his statement, Al-Grady thanked Malta for offering Libya the opportunity to raise the security challenges which the country is facing while appealing on the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and the international community to further assist Libya in addressing the problem of illegal trafficking of arms.

According to the report from Malta Today, the chairman-in-office of the FSC, Ambassador Keith Azzopardi (pictured), reiterated Malta's commitment to assisting Libya in fulfilling the aspirations of the Libyan people in achieving the rule of law and democracy, and spoke about the added value which the OSCE can bring to Libya in addressing its security challenges if the country would join the family of Partners for Cooperation.

(Source: Malta Today)

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