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Belgrade-based Projekt Ivan Milutinovic (PIM) has been given the go-ahead by the Ministry of Ports & Maritime Transport to restart reconstruction work on Tripoli’s port. The two parties first signed the estimated $120 million contract in 1994, but work was delayed for political reasons. Tripoli’s recent rapprochement with the West, and the subsequent easing of the US embargo, has enabled the project to resume.