Boris Johnson announces aid package, which includes £4m to remove improvised explosive devices, during trip to Tripoli
Boris Johnson has announced a £9m aid package for Libya to help deal with the problems of migrants risking their lives trying to cross the Mediterranean and a growing threat of terrorist groups from the war-stricken country.
The foreign secretary announced the extra funding as he made his second trip to Tripoli in just four months, where he visited UK naval officers training the Libyan coastguard in search and rescue.
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Author: Rowena Mason Deputy political editor