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94 Public Libraries to be Opened in Libyan Cities, Villages
08/09/2013
Tripoli-- The Libyan government has signed contracts to equip and furnish 94 pubic libraries and cultural centers in 22 Libyan cities and villages.

The Minister of Culture Mr. Hbib al-Amin told reporters on Saturday that he signed implementation orders with a number of Libyan companies these centers and libraries to be finished this year.

The cost of these projects is 6.6 million Libyan dinar and come as part of this year cultural projects.

The items will be included in the contracts are office furniture, computers, printers, photocopiers, internet service, air conditioners and stationery.
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94 Public Libraries to be Opened in Libyan Cities, Villages.

These are some of the best projects that can Libya have. It would be great to have independent Websites for each project to network, communicate, work together and compete to create a vivid, ethical, civilized, well informed, dynamic cultures in Libya.
 

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