The representative of the World Health Organization (WHO) in Libya, Ahmed Zuwaiten, presented his credentials to the Director of the Public Protocol Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Al-Tahir Hussein, on Sunday.

The two parties agreed to work together to achieve the vision of health for all in Libya, according to the World Health Organization office.

Last Thursday, Zouiten said that the national survey of chronic diseases shows that more than 66% of the population in Libya suffer from three major risk factors, including excessive smoking, unhealthy nutrition, and high blood sugar.