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Libyan Warlord Haftar Releases Six Turkish Citizens

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Libyan Warlord Haftar Releases Six Turkish Citizens

by Kefa » Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:30 pm

Libyan warlord Haftar releases six Turkish citizens

Six Turkish citizens detained in Libya by forces loyal to Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar have been released, Turkey's foreign ministry says.

The ministry did not give details about when the men were first held.

Turkey had earlier said Gen Haftar's forces would be a "legitimate target" if they failed to release the men.

It comes just days after Gen Haftar's Libyan National Army (LNA) threatened to attack Turkish targets over Turkey's support for the Libyan government.

The six Turkish citizens released on Monday wanted to continue their work in the region rather than return to Turkey, the country's ministry said.

The men are sailors and have been given permission to return to their ship, Turkey's Anadolu state news agency reports.
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