The Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) has included 22 Libyan sites within the list of Islamic Heritage.

This came during the tenth session of the Heritage Committee in the Islamic World, held in Morocco, the Libyan Foreign Ministry said on its Facebook page.

The Libyan ambassador to Morocco, Ibrahim Al-Taweel, received the registration certificates of the heritage sites, in the presence of the Moroccan Minister of Youth and Culture, Al-Mahdi bin Said, the Director General of ISESCO, Salem Malik, and a number of ambassadors and diplomatic representatives accredited to Morocco.