Libya, Germany discuss security cooperation

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German riot police stand in front of demonstrators who protest against the regime of Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi in front of Libyan Embassy in Berlin, February 28, 2011. Several persons entered the Libyan Embassy and were removed by the police from the compound. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

TRIPOLI (Xinhua) – Libyan Interior Minister Fat’hi Bashagha met with German Ambassador to Libya Oliver Owcza here on Sunday to discuss bilateral security cooperation.

Mr Bashagha said that his ministry is “seeking full security cooperation with Germany in training, information technology, crime control, national safety, and other security fields,” according to the ministry’s statement.

He also stressed the importance of securing southern Libyan border against illegal immigration, “which has become a concern for Libya and the world.”

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Mr Owcza confirmed that Germany seeks to strengthen security collaboration with Libya through the UN Mission in Libya, by helping solve all Libyan security issues, the statement said.

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