Former Libyan Prime Minister died from Corona Virus
Cairo: Former Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Gabriel Corona lost his life due to the coronavirus
According to international media reports, former African Arab country Libyan Prime Minister Mahmoud Gabriel underwent treatment in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
Mahmud Gabriel was diagnosed with the Coronavirus on March 26, and was quarantined in Cairo.
Two days ago, his condition was shifted to the hospital, where he died after being treated.
Khalid Al-Murami, secretary of the Alliance of National Forces formed by him, confirmed that 68-year-old Mahmoud Gabriel Corona had died of the virus.
Mahmoud Gabriel was the head of Muammar Gaddafi’s ouster in 2011 and was elected Libya’s first prime minister after Arab Spring.
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