A Libyan delegation, consisting of the Antiquities Authority and a representative of the Department of Foreign Affairs at the Cabinet Office, agreed with the Greek authorities concerned with preserving antiquities on enhancing cooperation and cultural relations between the two countries.

The agreement includes the formation of a joint archaeological mission operating on the ground as stipulated in the Libyan Antiquities Law, in addition to exchanging scientific visits and exhibitions with the aim of shedding light on the cultural heritage of the two countries.

The agreement stipulated cooperation in the field of combating illegal trafficking in cultural property by signing memorandums of understanding in this regard, and sending experts specialized in the fields of museology to assess the conditions of Libyan museums and train their technical staff.