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A new British mine clearance project in Benghazi

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

BENGHAZI – The British ambassador to Libya, Frank Baker, announced that Britain will set up a new project for the removal of mines and war remnants in Benghazi, which worth 1.5 million pounds over the next two years.

The project aims to create a safer environment for the people of Benghazi by removing remnants of war and explosive materials, Baker said through a videotape during his third visit to Benghazi on Monday.

Head of the Municipality of Benghazi Councilor Abdul Rahman Alabbar discussed, with the British Ambassador, the mechanism of the Kingdom’s support to the ongoing efforts to promote stability and reconstruction in the city.

Baker revealed during the meeting the readiness of British companies to work in Benghazi, stressing that his country is ready to provide support through the provision of mine detection equipment.