Six young Tunisians held in Libyan town of Nalut released | Tunisia News Gazette

Six young Tunisians held in Libyan town of Nalut released

The six young Tunisians held for two days in the Libyan city of Nalut were released Saturday night, president of the Tunisian Observatory of Human Rights (OTDH), Mustapha Abdelkabir announced Saturday in a post on his Facebook page

Originally from the town of Remada, Tataouine governorate, the young Tunisians were abducted by unofficial Libyan parties because of a material conflict related to commercial transactions.

The liberation of young Tunisians comes as a result of the efforts of several components of civil society in Tunisia and Libya.

Mustapha Abdelkabir had announced on Saturday that negotiations were under way with Libyan parties for the release of six young Tunisians from the town of Remada in the Tataouine governorate, held in Nalut, Libya.

Source: TAP News Agency

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