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Hariga Port to Resume Oil Exports

Hariga port in Eastern Libya is set to resume oil exports within days, according to a report from Reuters.

Protesters have reportedly agreed to end their four-month blockade of the port; Mohamed ben Shatwan, head of Arabian Gulf Oil Co (AGOCO), which operates the Hariga port, confirmed to Reuters that an agreement had been reached, adding:

“A ship is docked at the port, and exports will resume within days.”

The protesters have on several occasions prevented tankers from docking at the port.

Libya Business News

This article was originally published here.

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