Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs Ashour Bin Khayal has said his country will not allow the Israeli regime to open an embassy in the capital Tripoli.
Rejecting recent reports over establishing an Israeli embassy in Libya, Ashour Bin Khayal on Saturday described the reports as sheer lies.
Last week, Israeli-based daily Haaretz reported that the Israeli regime has been in talks with Libya's National Transitional Council in a bid to establish ties with the newly-liberated country and open an Israeli embassy in Tripoli.
Libya's Representative to the United Nations Mohammed Abdel Rahman Shalgam also recently rejected such reports, emphasizing that his country would never normalize ties with the Tel Aviv regime.
(Source: Press TV)