By Libya Herald staff.
Cairo, 7 January 2015:
Several top-level members of Abdullah Al-Thinni’s government are in Cairo today for meetings with senior . . .[restrict]Egyptian officials.
Libyan Foreign Minister Mohamed Al-Dairi is in Cairo on his way back to Libya from a trip to Qatar. Al-Dairi will spend several days here meeting with Libyans living in Egypt as well as with Egyptian as well as Arab League officials.
Al-Dairi’s meetings are expected to focus on security cooperation between the two countries. He will also be looking at the issue of Egyptians working in Libya in light of the recent murders and abductions of Egyptians that have taken place in Sirte. Additionally, he is also said to be prepared to address the closure of the 17th of February (Libyan) schools in Egypt, looking into what needs to happen to re-open the schools.
Libyan Army Chief of Staff Abdul-Razzaq Al-Nazhuri has also arrived in Cairo with a military delegation. During his three-day visit he will meet with senior Egyptian military and government officials to discuss cooperation in the field of counter-terrorism. They will also discuss training opportunities and border control.