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Families of kidnapped Copts in Libya move to save their sons

Nader Shoukry

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Tuesday ,20 January 2015

Families of kidnapped Copts in Libya move to save their sons

Families of kidnapped Copts in Libya decided to take several steps hoping to save their sons. They are going to meet in the closed-door meeting at the Foreign Ministry with Ambassador Badr Abdel Atty, Foreign Ministry spokesman, and Ambassador Mohammed Abu Bakr, Egypt's ambassador to Libya tomorrow.Families of kidnapped Copts in Libya decided to take several steps hoping to save their sons. They are going to meet in the closed-door meeting at the Foreign Ministry with Ambassador Badr Abdel Atty, Foreign Ministry spokesman, and Ambassador Mohammed Abu Bakr, Egypt's ambassador to Libya tomorrow.

After the meeting, the families are going to participate in a demonstration before the UN office in Cairo. Later, they are going to hold a press conference to reveal facts about the kidnapping of their sons.

It’s worth mentioning that 20 Copts were kidnapped in Libya two weeks ago, and five Copts were kidnapped last August