Maltese governor involved in ‘minor incident’ in Libya


Josef Bonnici, governor of the Central Bank of Malta, on June 10 travelled to Libya to attend a meeting at the Central Bank of Libya.

While travelling from the airport to his hotel in Tripoli, the governor was involved in what the central bank described as a "minor incident", during which he was asked to change cars and travel with the Maltese ambassador to Libya, Victor Camilleri, who was travelling in a separate vehicle.

The central bank declined to offer further details but the Maltese daily

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