Tripoli University has signed a cooperation agreement with Libya's LabTech company as part of the memorandum of understanding concluded with the Ministry of Environment on December 13 last year.

President of Tripoli University, Khalid Aoun, and the Managing Director of Libya's LabTech, Mohamed Fadil, signed the contract in a ceremony on Monday.

Under the agreement, the university will benefit from utilizing laboratories and facilities to conduct essential tests for the Ministry of Environment, while the company will assist the university in operating and maintaining laboratories and equipment.

LabTech Libya will also be responsible for activating the laboratories of the Ministry of Environment and conducting necessary analyses, especially on imported items.