I want to know about libya current situation , i have got job offer from there . so plz any one help me , and guide me . its in bina waled city hospital
Congratulations on the job offer.
Safety is a concern for expats living and working in Libya.
While the security situation has improved somewhat under the new regime, there are still areas where the militia still operate. While clashes do occue sporadically between warring factions, the political situation is volatile and changes all the time.
The crime rate in Libya is moderate. While there are concerns about the security forces ability to control crime, there is very little the effects the expat population.
Expats should avoid being close to any demonstrations or protests in Libya which have a habit of escalating into violence.
I suggest you have a read of our Safety in Libya page for more detailed information.
Hope that helps.
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