Libya, France discuss promoting cultural tourism

The possible contribution of the French Archaeological Mission in Libya to the country’s program to celebrate Tripoli’s selection as the Arab capital of tourism in 2020 was discussed Friday by the head of the mission and the chairman of the Libyan General Board for Tourism and Antiquities.

Libyan Chairman Adel Farina met with France’s Vincent Michel at the Board’s headquarters in Tripoli, where they discussed boosting cooperation between the French mission and the Libyan institution, reviewing the recent tourism programs organized in Libya.

The two officials exchanged views on the possibility of investing in the development of cultural sites to revive tourism in the coming period.

Michel and the accompanying delegation expressed their readiness to support Libya in protecting and promoting its cultural heritage and tourism.


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