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France allocates million Dollars for stabilization fund


The French Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Roman Nadal, said that his country decided to allocate million Dollars for stability fund programs in Libya.

Stabilization program is an initiative proposed by the Government of National Accord (GNA) in Libya, implemented by the United Nations Development Programs (UNDP), and supported by the international community.

Nadal said that “the fund created by the unity government in cooperation with the United Nations Special Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), and UNDP is getting national and international support which allows the government to immediately helping needy citizens.”

He pointed that his country was fully participating in the international mobilization for Libya, calling its partners to support the fund.

From its side, UNSMIL declared the fund was commanded by Libyans, headed by Minister Taher Jhaymi, Ali Zaatari.

Holland previously allocated two millions euros for stabilization programs in Libya.