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Libya Build 2021 Officially Open




Libya Build 2021 opened its doors yesterday, October 4, 2021 at the Tripoli International Fair, hosting over 200 local and international exhibitors and welcoming thousands of professionals from the region.


The official opening ceremony was inaugurated by Eng. Abdel Hamid Al-Dabaiba, Prime Minister of the Libya. Together with the Greek Deputy Foreign Minister, Libyan Minister of Housing, Minister of Local Government, the ambassadors of Italy, Greece, Turkey, Tunisia and the Philippines. View images from yesterday's activities.


Discover the latest innovative construction solutions in the market. Libya Build features thousands of building, design and construction solutions all under one roof. The event is designed specifically for buyers, decision makers, professionals and end-users to come together and do business.


Reasons to Visit

  • Build and engage with new business opportunities or partners

  • Network with 500+ exhibitors in attendance to discuss potential business opportunities

  • Source world class building materials, interior design, construction technology and consultancy services

  • Connect with the industry's leading experts and together find solutions and opportunities in current market challenges across all real estate sectors


Today is the second day of Libya Build 2021, We look forward to seeing you Libya Build is open from 11:00am to 8:00pm.

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