British Embassy To Re-open

The announcement that the British Embassy in Tripoli will re-open after a gap of three years is a welcome sign of diplomatic progress.  The chancellery and ambassador’s residence, burned by Qaddafi’s henchmen in 2011, occupies disputed land, so it will not be rebuilt.  The Embassy in Tripoli Towers was a place of new hope in 2012 and can assist the Libyans resume their important place in the International Community as a leading nation in North Africa.

See Chapter 6 of Belfast of Benghazi to read about the rebuilding work completed at the British Embassy in 2012.

https://www.waterstones.com/book/belfast-to-benghazi/rupert-wieloch/9781861515667

 

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