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Libyan Embassy in UK Celebrates Revolution

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London – Press Office

The Libyan embassy in United Kingdom and Northern Ireland held on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014 an official reception to mark the third anniversary of the 17th of February Revolution.

His Excellency Ambassador Mahmoud Nacua greeted the distinguished guests, among them Arab and foreign ambassadors in UK, and representatives of the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

In his speech HE Ambassador Nacua praised Libyan men and women who sacrificed their lives to rid Libya of the dark era of tyranny and opened the door for a new era of freedom and political activism, he also thanked the British government for its immense support and reiterated the importance of the Libyan-British relations as the UK has played an important role in helping Libyans during the revolution and continues to help Libyans in rebuilding the country in all vital areas.

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Mr David Quarry, Director of the Middle East and North Africa, at the British Foreign Office, said in his speech that the Libyan people have achieved many things in the past three years and that Libyans paid heavy price to liberate themselves from tyranny and extremism, also encouraged Libyans to work together in order to overcome this transitional phase in order to achieve a secure and prosperous future, and that the United Kingdom will always support Libya.

HE ambassador of Kuwait, dean of the ambassadors in Britain, Mr Khaled Duwaisan said in his brief remark that Libya has a dear place in the hearts of all Arabs and he is optimistic that Libya will come back to the Arab arena, and that Libyans are on a learning curve in order to achieve a better future, and especially that the Libyans are now enjoying freedom of expression and that many educated Libyan will take part in building a new Libya.

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