Tripoli, 22 September:
Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour said on Saturday that a Lebanese judicial delegation would visit Libya next week to continue . . .[restrict]investigations into the 1979 disappearance of Imam Musa Sadr and two of his companions while on a visit to Tripoli. They would be holding meetings with Libyan judicial officials.
Mansour said that there had been progress on the matter. Information had come to light which suggested that the Qaddafi regime had been hiding facts and had tried to prevent the Lebanese side from obtaining the truth of what had happened.
“We are now in a new situation with the new Libyan authorities which is dealing with us positively,” Mansour said. “They are providing the Lebanese side with all the information needed. We are working together to bring the case to an end in the near future .”