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MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, Sept 14, 2018 (MENA) - As many as 301 Egyptians returned home from Libya via Salloum Crossing over the past 24 hours.

Twenty-one of the returnees had illegally traveled to Libya, Matrouh security chief Hesham Nasr said in a statement on Friday.

In the meantime, travel procedures for 971 persons, including 203 Egyptians and 768 Libyans, have been finalized, he added.

Also, 121 trucks were allowed into Egypt from Libya to be loaded with Egyptian goods, he said.

MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, August 17, 2018 (MENA) - As many as 757 Egyptians returned home from Libya via Salloum Crossing in the past 24 hours, Marsa Matrouh security chief Hesham Nasr said in a statement on Friday.

Out of all the returnees, 147 Egyptians had illegally travelled to Libya, he added.

Meanwhile, travel procedures for 1,521 persons, including 265 Egyptians and 1,256 Libyans, have been finalised, he noted.

 

 

MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, August 4, 2018 (MENA) - As many as 271 Egyptians returned home from Libya via Salloum Crossing over the past 24 hours, Marsa Matrouh security chief Hisham Nasr said in a statement Saturday.

Out of all the returnees, 38 Egyptians had illegally traveled to Libya, he added.

Meanwhile, travel procedures for 727 persons, including 42 Egyptians and 685 Libyans, have been finalized, Nasr noted.

MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, August 3, 2018 (MENA) - As many as 359 Egyptians have returned home from Libya via the border crossing of Salloum.

Some 65 of the returned nationals had illegally traveled to the neighboring country, said Matrouh police chief Maj. Gen. Hisham Nasr on Friday.

Meantime, 1,195 people - 266 Egyptians and 929 Libyans - were allowed to leave into Libya, he said.

Also, 192 trucks were allowed into Egypt from Libya to be loaded with Egyptian goods, while 146 others left the crossing for the Libyan side, the statement added.

MARSA MATROUH, Egypt, July 27, 2018 (MENA) - As many as 285 Egyptians returned home from Libya via Salloum Crossing over the past 24 hours, Marsa Matrouh security chief Hisham Nasr said in a statement Friday.

Out of all the returnees, 44 Egyptians had illegally traveled to Libya, he added.

Meanwhile, travel procedures for 939 persons, including 188 Egyptians and 751 Libyans,
have been finalized, Nasr noted.

MARSA MATROUH, July 23 , 2018 (MENA) - As many as 251 Egyptians returned home from Libya via Salloum border crossing over the past 24 hours, Marsa Matrouh Security Chief Hisham Nasr said in a statement on Monday.

Some 36 out of the returnees had illegally traveled to Libya, he added.

Meanwhile, travel procedures for 985 persons, including 243 Egyptians and 742 Libyans, have been finalised, Nasr noted. 

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