By Sami Zaptia.
London, 23 August 2020:
The Libyan market may reopen for Tunisian agricultural products next week, Ibrahim Trabelsi, a member of the Executive Office of the Tunisian Union for Agriculture and Fisheries in charge of Fruit Trees and Maghreb trade said Friday.
The Libyan market has been closed to Tunisian fruit, vegetables, and fisheries products for nearly a month due to the effects of the Coronavirus and payment conditions imposed by the Libyan state.
Speaking to Tunisian news agency TAP, Trabelsi said that Libyan importers were very keen for the resumption of Tunisian agricultural . . .
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