The Minister of Education of the Government of National Unity, Mousa Al-Magaryef, announced that they had been working on registering 21 archaeological sites on the UNESCO World List.

Al-Magaryef's remarks came on the sidelines of a ceremony marking the handing over of registration certificates for the 21 sites on the ISESCO Heritage List in the Islamic World.

 "We are working to register these sites on the UNESCO World List, through ISESCO, and we call for the formation of technical committees and workshops to preserve and protect this heritage.” He added. 

The Minister of Culture, Mabrouka Toghi, confirmed during the ceremony that "Libya has many historical and cultural sites, and it is important for all cultural institutions to work on the positive aspects of our civilization and cultural heritage."

During the ceremony, a detailed presentation of all the approved sites was given, which included handing over certificates of registration of the approved sites to their attending representatives.

The ceremony was attended by the Ministers of Education, Tourism and Traditional Industries, the President of the University of Tripoli, a number of ambassadors and representatives of diplomatic missions accredited to Libya, representatives of the accredited sites, and those interested in heritage.