The UK, US and Libya are to further "deepen" their cooperation, as the 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing was marked in a memorial service today. In a joint statement, they said:
The Governments of Libya, the United Kingdom and United States of America reiterate their deepest condolences to the families of the victims of this terrible crime.
We want all those responsible for this most brutal act of terrorism brought to justice, and to understand why it was committed. We are committed to cooperate fully in order to reveal the full facts of the case.
We are striving to further deepen our cooperation and welcome the visit by UK and US investigators to Libya in the near future to discuss all aspects of that cooperation, including sharing of information and documents and access to witnesses.
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