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Libya
2009/09/30
 

Located in the northern part of the African continent,State of Libya covers an area of 1,760,000 square km and has a population of about 6,090,000l, mostly Arabs. The country's religion is Islam. Arabic is the official language, with English extensively used. Tripoli is the national capital.

Since Libya forged diplomatic ties with China on August 9, 1978, the bilateral relationship has been developing smoothly and the two countries have maintained good cooperation in international and regional affairs. Chinese President Jiang Zemin visited Libya in 2002. Bilateral trade reached nearly 1.3 billion U.S. dollars in 2005.

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