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Tripoli- The UN Development Programme has announced that more than 1800 Libyan Police officers would receive training courses in Libya. UNDP said the courses were a new step in the capacity-building effort to promote the rule of law and security in Libya, as part of an integrated programme. The UN Support Mission in Libya said it was committed to support development projects in several municipalities across the country by rehabilitation programs and provision of equipment, with special emphasis on education, health, water and sanitation services.
Source: Libya News Agency