The family of Wpc Fletcher said they were pleased to hear that the Metropolitan Police had been given visas to continue their investigation in Libya.
Today we had a private meeting with Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib and we look forward to the investigation progressing. We appreciate the support that we continue to receive from the police and the Foreign Office.
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