Libya's Interior Minister, Fathi Bashagha, signed on Wednesday, in Paris, a memorandum of understanding to strengthen cooperation between the ministry and a French security institution.
The memorandum includes cooperation between the two sides in the field of developing biometric systems in order to launch barometric identity systems for the elections process as well as some other security proposes, a statement by the Interior Ministry explained.
The Ministry of Education has amended its plan for the new school year, explaining that it will establish committees to make sure the course of the study runs smoothly without any disruption.
The academic year will consist of two semesters as before, but each semester will last twelve weeks.
Students are required to attend the classes three days a week, with six lessons a day, provided that each study session does not exceed 50 minutes.
The Libyan state has won a lawsuit filed by the French company Sorelec demanding Libya to pay half a billion euros for a settlement agreement concluded by one of the sovereign ministries with the French company, the lawsuits administration has confirmed.
Libya's Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN), Taher Al-Sunni chaired on Monday a session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) aimed to discuss the UN Security Council (UNSC) reform.