David Cameron announced that a Metropolitan Police team will be visiting Libya to continue a probe into the murder of Wpc Yvonne Fletcher, as he welcomed the country's interim Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib to Downing Street.
Mr Cameron said it was a "really positive step forward" that would be "welcomed by everyone in Britain".
Mr El-Keib said: "The Fletcher case is one case that is close to my heart personally, I had friends that were demonstrating that day next to the Embassy and it's a sad story. It is very unfortunate that it has anything to do with the Libyan people."
A Metropolitan Police team is to fly to Libya to continue the investigation into the murder of Wpc Yvonne Fletcher, the Prime Minister has announced.
David Cameron said the visit was a "really positive step forward" in the inquiry into the 1984 killing of the officer, who was shot dead as she policed an anti-Gaddafi demonstration outside the Libyan People's Bureau in London.
He was speaking as the north African state's interim Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib visited 10 Downing Street.
A Metropolitan Police team is to fly to Libya to continue an investigation into the murder of Wpc Yvonne Fletcher, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.