The Address | Benghazi – Libya
TRIPOLI – The German ambassador to Libya, Oliver Owcza, and United Nations Development Program Country Director, Sultan Hajiyev, signed today an agreement whereby Germany will contribute 1.3 million euros to the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Policing and Security Joint Project.
The project aims to support the Tripoli-based Government of National Accord. The joint project has already developed specialized police training curricula and conducted instructors’ development program. It has also rehabilitated key training facilities in Tripoli and provided them with expertise and enabling resources.
Both Owcza and Hajiyev met with Interior Minister of the Tripoli-based government, Fathi Bashagha, whom presented a shield to the German Ambassador, while the Ambassador presented him with a book on Germany’s history.
Honored for signing 🇩🇪 support to this @UNDPLibya led project to strengthening Libyan Police capacities. Sustainability of these efforts requires strong 🇱🇾ownership and effective multilateral coordination. https://t.co/dN5jgZAi87
— Oliver Owcza (@GermanAmbLBY) November 25, 2018