Libya and Egypt have agreed on measures at the common land border to stop the flow of pharmaceutical drugs, other than Egyptian-made, into Libya.

The Egyptian Customs Authority said in a notification that it would only allow the entry of Egyptian-origin medicine through the Salloum border crossing with Libya.

Libya’s Ministry of Finance had addressed the Egyptian authorities requesting permission for exported Egyptian medicines to enter Libya through the common border and banning supplies of other origins.

The Ministry said the step intends to deter customs violations as part of their efforts to enhance trade exchange between the two countries.

Source : Libya Observer

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