Turkish agency helps build a special relationship

By Michael Dalmoak.

Tripoli, March 23: On Wednesday, a Libyan NGO, Free Women for a Libyan Future, was given 30 tonnes of food and other necessities to help poor families in and around Tripoli by a non-Libyan development agency.

Similar gifts are being provided by other agencies and governments all the time — although the fact that foreign agencies are still needed to provides such goods in what is a rich country confirms the continuing difficult conditions prevailing in Libya

In this case the agency was Tika, the Turkish Coordination and Cooperation Agency. Founded in 1992 . . .

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