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Tripoli, State Minister for Women and Societal developmental affairs, Asma Al Austa met with the deputy head of the British embassy and head of political programmes at the embassy. Al Austa briefed the British delegation on the ministry's work mechanism, being consultative body concerned with developing policies pertaining to societal development. She also singled out the targeted units such as youth, women, child and special groups. She also explained plans and programmes to be pursued by the ministry on development for youth to invest their potentials. She also explained in the context of her talk, the ministries interest in the media production and employ them to serve national reconciliation efforts, ward off interregional conflicts, underscore the co0ncept of citizenship besides interest in the cultural affair. The delegation praised the ministry's efforts and expressed readiness to cooperate conducive to the interests of both countries. They agreed to continue on such meetings and submission of proposals and opinions to contribute to meaningful societal development.
Source: LibyaNews Agency