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MOSCOW, November 10. /TASS/. The terrorist attack near the site where Libyan Prime Minister Abdullah al Thinni had talks was aimed at disrupting stabilization in Libya, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said on Monday.
Russia calls on all the parties of the conflict to prevent activities of extremists, he said.
On November 9, unidentified persons set off three car bombs in the city of Shahat in eastern Libya near the building of the local security department, where the Libyan Prime Minister had talks with special UN envoy to Libya Bernardino Leon at the moment. The explosion injured several local residents.
Moscow strongly condemns the terrorist attack aimed at disrupting efforts to begin an inter-Libyan dialogue and normalize the situation in the country, Lukashevich said.
“We call on the parties of the conflict in Libya to do everything possible to put an effective barrier for activities of extremists who seek further escalation of the civil conflict in the country and want its territorial integrity to be undermined,” the diplomat said.