Foreign Ministry to get more details on Libyan bomb attack which killed Jamaican

by August 12th, 2019

The Foreign Affairs Ministry says it is in contact with authorities at the United Nations and is working closely with them to get more details on the Libyan bomb attack, which left a Jamaican man and two others dead.

Sixty-year old Deputy Security Chief, Clive Peck, a United Nations Field Officer was killed when a bomb-laden vehicle exploded outside a shopping mall in Libya’s Eastern city of Benghazi, on Saturday, (August 10).

Two other UN security staff were killed and about 9 more people injured.

In a press release this morning, Foreign Affairs Minister Kamina Johnson Smith said the tragic loss of Mr. Peck is acutely felt by the Ministry and the Government in its entirety.