Libya's deputy interior minister has told the BBC that the security problems in the Benghazi do not warrant the Foreign Office response.
Abdullah Massoud told the BBC that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Libya had not been told of the change in travel advice for British nationals.
He added that actions like this add to instability in the region.
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