According to a more recent Reuters Africa report, the Libyan threat to halt cooperation on immigration was communicated this past Thursday to the Hungarian Ambassador in Tripoli. This information was then released by the Hungarian EU Presidency.
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The EU Hungarian Presidency announced earlier today that the Libyan government summoned the
EU representative in Tripoli [UPDATE – it was reportedly the Hungarian Ambassador to Libya who was summoned this past Thursday] and informed the representative that Libya will halt cooperation on illegal migration if the European Union continues to “encourage” protests in Libya. It is unclear whether there has been any response yet by the EU to the Libyan threat.
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