Tunisian Trade Minister said, Wednesday, that the ministry drafted a purveyance plan, in preparation for large number of Libyan exodus in case of any military action against the Islamic State (IS) inside Libya.
the minister, Mohamed Hassan, said that the ministry is stocking large quantities of food to supply markets. The plan seeks to control markets, prevents any raises in prices.
Since the beginning of this week, Libyans started to arrive at Tunisian borders, in the light of reports about close military action against the Islamic State (IS) in Sirte and surrounding areas.
Tunisia expressed its fears from security and economic consequences, in case the International Alliance decided to bomb the IS in Libya, in time the country is witnessing slow economic growth and social disturbances.
More than 500 thousand Libyans are living in Tunisia, most moved after the death of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.