Dutch Libyan Cooperation Council (DLCC)

The Dutch Libyan Cooperation Council, founded on May 4, 2012, is a not-for-profit bilateral think tank and advisory body for the benefit of the Dutch and Libyan business communities and (semi-) governmental institutions in both countries. The DLCC strives to contribute to developing strong and sustainable bilateral relations between the two countries in the fields of economy and trade, politics, science and technology as well as arts and culture.

Latest developments

The Hague, June 2014: Tripoli Chamber of Commerce visited The Netherlands
Tripoli, March 2014: Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Tripoli, Misrata and Benghazi sign Memorandum of Understanding with the DLCC


Upcoming events

October/November 2014: Launch of the Joint Libyan Dutch Chamber of Commerce (JLDCC)
October/November 2014: Libyan Dutch Ministerial Conference on Friendship and Trade