Assistant Foreign Minister for Consular Affairs Hisham el Naqib renewed calls for Egyptians to avoid travel to Libya, in the wake of the current political turmoil the country is witnessing.
He also called on Egyptian expatriates in Libya to exercise utmost caution and stay away from conflict-stricken areas.
Naqib, meanwhile, urged Egyptians not to deal with travel brokers, who give them an opportunity to travel to Libya through a third country, which is an illegal way to enter Libya.
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