European Union research commissioner Philippe Busquin recently "highlighted the potential benefits" of a scientific partnership between the EU and
Busquin said this collaboration may go into effect if Libya, which the West for decades claimed has ties to terrorist groups, joins the so-called
Research projects "could cover" genomics and veterinary research on Libyan goats and camels, just-foods.com reported. Scientists believe camel's milk has "potential economic and health benefits" because it has relatively low allergic characteristics compared with cows' milk.
Additional details of likely collaborations were not disclosed.
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