On Wednesday, a central bank official called for frozen Libyan assets to be released faster.
Speaking before a meeting of Arab finance ministers and central bank governors in Doha, Qatar, Abdulla Saudi was quoted by the newswire Reuters as saying: "There is a strong demand to release the blocked money that belongs to the country. As you know there were decisions but it has been a little slow."
Sanctions put in place by the UN earlier this year secured $170 billion worth of the country's assets a
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