London (The Times Groupe)- After an eight-year hiatus, the U.K. reopened its embassy in Libya on Sunday.
“This is a demonstration of the UK’s commitment to all of Libya. Ambassador Caroline Hurndall said on Twitter, “I am proud that our work has touched the lives of Libyans across the whole country already.”.
UK-Libya relations are deep and historical, she said.
In 2014, the UK closed its diplomatic missions in Libya due to intense armed clashes in the country.