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The Italian company said it signed a memorandum in 2006 with the Gaddafi Development Foundation and Libya's state-owned National Oil Corp.
Gaddafi Foundation, Exxon Mobil Sign Agreement to Promote IT in Libya The Gaddafi Development Foundation and the Exxon Mobil Libya Limited, here on Tuesday signed an agreement to fund a program aimed at promoting Information Technology (IT) in the remote regions of Libya.
On Thursday, Amnesty International sent a comprehensive memorandum to the Libyan authorities and the Gaddafi Development Foundation, headed by Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi, detailing ongoing human rights concerns.
Several ministers recalled one of the central messages learnt in Tripoli, notably during a presentation by the Gaddafi Development Foundation: "The size of the difficulties and problems that exist in the transit countries, especially in Libya where illegal immigrants make up nearly 25% of the country's small population, has to be taken into consideration," recalled the Gaddafi Foundation.