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Two high-ranking Libyan officials on Tunisian territory
Tuesday, May 17, 2011 17:58
RAS JEDIR (TAP) - Mr. Abdallah Mahmoud al-Hijazi, former Adviser to Foreign Affairs General Secretariat and Deputy-Director of Libyan Military Intelligence entered, on Tuesday, the Tunisian territory via the Ras Jedir border crossing.
Accompanied by four former civil servants, the former Libyan official headed for Djerba.
Tunis Afrique Presse (TAP) correspondent in the region reported that the Libyan Oil Minister, who had resigned from the Libyan Government, left Djerba and headed for the capital.
The Minister who joined the rebels entered, last Saturday, the Tunisian territory through Ras Jedir crossing point.
This border post was closed, on Tuesday afternoon, from the Libyan side for a short period of time, as a result of fighting between the pro-Kadhafi forces and the rebels.
The border post re-opened for car traffic, and not for heavy-goods vehicles.

Last Updated on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 16:58
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