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April 2013 

libyan olives

The sixth Agro-Libya exhibition will open at Tripoli International Fairground next Monday, with over 100 Libyan and international stands covering aspects of food, fishing and agriculture.

“Besides oil, Libya offers excellent fish, olives and also dates,” project manger for Agro-Libya, Rola Ajjawi, told the Libya Herald. She added that Libya’s pure land, uncontaminated by modern fertilisers, offered great potential for future organic farming.

The exhibition, Ajjawi said, would include everything relating to agriculture, fishing and food.

This year, Agro-Libya will occupy three pavilions. One will be exclusively for Tunisian companies and two will feature stands from other international firms as well as Libyan organisations, which make up 20 percent of the exhibitors.

Two European and five international companies cancelled their stands last week because of security concerns following the car-bomb attack on the French embassy.

Agro-Libya will run from 6 to 9 May, with the opening ceremony at 6 pm on Monday 6 May.

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Source: Libya Herald 

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