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Tripoli, Ministry of Education devoted its first ordinary meeting to discuss the first semester exams for elementary and secondary education due to start next Sunday across the country. The meeting held at the Examinations department in Tripoli discussed problems and obstacles facing exams department and the mechanisms to address them. They also discussed the mechanisms to print next year's textbooks. The meeting was attended by Minister of Education, Mohamed Al-Azabi, deputy minister, Adel Khalfalla and directors of departments, offices and centers affiliated to the ministery.
Source: Libya News Agency