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Tripoli, President of Presidency Council, Fayez Al Saraj met Sunday with deputy minister of health, Dr Mohamed Al Haithem and members of the committee set up to develop a training program abroad for Libyan junior doctors. The committee submitted its training program to the president. Presidential Council Media Office reported that after reviewing the program the president approved it. The program provides for granting scholarships to junior doctors in various countries based on their specializations.
Source: Libya News Agency