FDHRD Welcomes Return of Disappeared Egyptian Migrants in Libya

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Press Release

The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue Foundation thanked the officials in Libya and Egypt for finding the Egyptian illegal immigrants who disappeared two weeks ago and for their immediate return to Egypt.
The Egyptian officials declared that the illegal immigrants returned to Cairo yesterday, Sunday, and that they are from the same village in Sohag Governorate (Arraba Abu Aziz village) and also of the same religion (Christianity). Their names are as follows: (Asim Abdo Gabriel, George Nasser Riyad, Maris Malak Mathias, Wael Samir Shawqi, Hani Zaki Shaker Allah, Haitham Nazeer Malak, Gerges Nazeer Malak, Thabet Gad Hanna, Bakhit Malak Mathias, Adly Asaad Attia, Mikhail Nazir Malak, Roman Masoud Fahim, Karim Aboul Gheit, Imad Nasri Qaldi, Daniel Saber Lamei, Ezekiel Saber Lamei).
It was reported that they had disappeared from their residence in eastern Libya, and it was later found that the Libyan security services had arrested them after knowing that they had entered Libya illegally. They were detained until the completion of the procedures for their deportation to Egypt.
The Forum welcomes the continuous coordination between the illegal immigration authority in Libya and Egyptian officials in the file of illegal immigration and the return of Egyptians to their homes safely without being exposed to risks or infringements.

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