Libya’s ambassador to UK visits Libyan army recruits in Bassingbourn : Libyan Embassy – London
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London – Press Office

His Excellency Ambassador of Libya in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Mr Mahmoud Nacua visited on Thursday, June 26 2014 the first batch of the Libyan army recruits who began their training at Bassingbourn military barracks in Cambridgeshire.

Mr Nacua was greeted at the military barracks by a number of Libyan and British army officers supervising the training of the Libyan recruits. The officers offered detailed feedback on the stages of training that the Libyan soldiers will go through during their training course in Britain.

Upon his arrival Mr Nacua thanked the British and Libyan officers for their efforts and highlighted the British supportive role in building Libya’s military, and security sectors.

The Libyan ambassador was taken on a tour around the military barracks after which he spoke tothe Libyan trainees comprising of officers and soldiers, and urged them to take advantage of all training opportunities conducted by the British expertise, emphasising UK’s capabilities and historical experiences, he also mentioned the historical relations between the Libyan and British armies since The second World War, which led to the independence of Libya and British contributions in building the newly formed state institutions.

At the conclusion of his speech Ambassador Nacua wished the Libyan officers and soldiers all success and urged them to return to their country to be the vanguard of the Libyan army and to be the protector of Libya’s sovereignty.

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