Libya, Egypt sign cultural agreement - Libya and Egypt have signed a draft agreement on cultural cooperation aimed at developing cultural, technical and scientific relations between them.
The agreement also has to do with promotion of events, the organisation of trade fairs and exchange of visits between intellectuals and thinkers, the local media announced on Tuesday.
The draft agreement, initialled on Monday in Cairo by the Egyptian minister of culture, Mohamed Saber Arab, and the Libyan minister of culture and civil society, Al-habib al-amin, also provides for a partnership during cultural meetings and conferences.
The setting up of a commission brings together Egyptian and Libyan thinkers, intellectuals and artists and the participation in book fairs, as well as cooperation in the field of intellectual property.
The draft agreement has, in the same vein, bound the two countries in the organisation of technical seminars and training of film directors in the fields of picture, sound, scenery and production.