95 asylum seekers and refugees were evacuated from Libya to in Italy, announced the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Thursday.
According to UNHCR, the group included children, women and “survivors of violence”.
The U.N. agency affirmed that it “relies on the international community to provide safe pathways out of Libya for some of the most vulnerable.”
The humanitarian corridor was promoted by the Italian government and civil society organizations, said the Italian Embassy in Libya.
95 asylum seekers and refugees were evacuated from Libya to safety in Italy. They include children, women, survivors of violence
— UNHCR Libya (@UNHCRLibya) June 30, 2022