Libya Plans To Repatriate Nationals Stranded In Italy


The Libyan Embassy in Rome announced that it had finalized plans to repatriate Libyan citizens who are currently stranded in Italy and wished to return to Libya.

In a statement, the Embassy said it had contracted a number of hotels in northern, central and southern Italy to ensure that Libyan nationals wishing to return to Libya undergo a two week quarantine period prior to travelling to the country.

This will be carried out under the supervision of security services, as well as a specialized medical team that will administer COVID-19 medical tests prior to the quarantine and repeat the test at the end of the 2-week period.

The Embassy has called on all stranded Libyan citizens to register their details with its staff should they wish to return to Libya.