Hours after being kidnapped and released, Libya’s Prime Minister said on Thursday that he had no intention of resigning. Ali Zeidan was released six hours after he and two of his guards were snatched from the hotel in Tripoli in which he resides.
“I am fine, thank God. If the aim of the kidnapping operation was for me to present my resignation, then I won't resign. We are taking small steps, but in the right direction,” Zeidan wrote on his Twitter account shortly after being released.