UK condemns preventing Tawergha residents from returning to their city

The British embassy in Tripoli expressed on Tuesday, regret that families from Tawergha had not been able to return home.

In a statement on its official Facebook page, the embassy condemned the threats pointed toward the displaced from Tawergha, when they tried to return home after the agreed upon reconciliation efforts in early February 2018.

The embassy called on all parties to “ensure the right of the Tawerghans to return voluntarily to their homes,” stressing the need for broader reconciliation efforts for all displaced Libyan communities in safe and humane conditions.

An armed group prevented last Thursday, the people of Tawergha from returning to their city, after the Presidential Council (PC) announced that the date of their return is early February 2018.

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