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‘Libya looks to benefit from Jordan’s police expertise’

By JT - Nov 21,2015 - Last updated at Nov 21,2015

AMMAN — Libya seeks to cooperate with Jordan to restructure its police and security bodies, Libyan interior minister-designate Mohammad Al Fakheri said Saturday.

During a meeting with Interior Minister Salameh Hammad, Fakheri said Jordan’s police and security services are known regionally and internationally for their expertise and efficiency, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Discussions at the meeting also covered recent developments in the region and ways to restore security and stability in Libya, in addition to cooperation in security and police matters. Hammad said both countries share political, economic and social ties.

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