Imam Musa Sadr.
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Lebanon and Libya have signed a memorandum of understanding under which Libyan authorities have promised further cooperation to resolve the case of the missing Imam Musa Sadr, a source familiar with the issue said Tuesday, with Speaker Nabih Berri calling it a "historic step".The source said that Lebanon's Ambassador to Libya Mohammad Skeini signed the agreement with Libyan authorities in March on the instructions of the Foreign Ministry.The source said a Lebanese delegation visited Libya in February, one month before the inking of the deal, as part of its continuous efforts to push the case forward.The source explained that under the agreement, Libyan authorities also vowed to protect Lebanese delegations that visit Libya to follow up on the probe, particularly Judge Hasan Shami, who is charged with coordinating with judicial authorities there.
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