'Libyan foreign minister crosses into Tunisia'

April 23, 2011 20:20


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CAIRO - Libyan Foreign Minister Abdelati Obeidi crossed the border into Tunisia on Saturday, Tunisia's state TAP news agency said.

TAP said Obeidi, who entered Tunisia through the main transit point of Ras Jdir on the Tunisian-Libyan border, was heading to Djerba airport. He was believed to be on his way to Cyprus, it said.

It was Obeidi's second trip since he became foreign minister after his promotion was announced on April 5 following the defection of his predecessor Moussa Koussa to Britain.

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