لیبی آفریقا دا بیر اؤلکه باشکندی (پایتختی) طرابلس دور.۶٬۴۲۰٬۰۰۰ نفوسا صاحیب دیر.رسمی دیلی عرب دیلی دیر. [۷]

State of Libya

دولة ليبيا  (عرب)
Dawlat Lībiyā
Libya بایراقی
بایراق
National emblem (de facto) of Libya
National emblem
(de facto)
میللی مارش: ليبيا ليبيا ليبيا
"Libya, Libya, Libya"
{ یئری خریطه‌ده  لیبی  (orange)
Location of Libya (dark green) in northern Africa
باشکند
و بویوک شهری
Tripoli[۱]
32°52′N 13°11′E / 32.867°N 13.183°E / 32.867; 13.183
رسمی‌دیل(لر)Arabic[b]
Spoken languages
Foreign Languages
ائتنیک قروپلاری
sahib xn NN des as SS

se zoom PSD sseanmoi

se as ses NN km titeew
دین
Islam
دمونیمLibyan
دؤولتUnitary provisional government
• President
• President of the House of Representatives
قانون اورقانیHouse of Representatives
Formation
• Independence from Italy
10 February 1947
• Released from British and French oversight[c]
24 December 1951
1 September 1969
2 March 1977
17 February 2011
اراضی
• جمعی
۱٬۷۵۹٬۵۴۱ km2 (۶۷۹٬۳۶۳ sq mi) (16th)
جمعیت
• 2016 تخمینی
6,871,287[۴] (108th)
• 2006 census
5,670,688
• سیخیلیق
۳٫۷۴/km2 (۹٫۷/sq mi) (218th)
جی‌دی‌پی (PPP)2020 estimate
• جمعی
$31.531 billion[۵]
• آدام‌باشی
$4,746[۵]
جی‌دی‌پی (nominal)2020 estimate
• جمعی
$21.805 billion[۵] (98)
• آدام‌باشی
$3,282[۵]
اچ‌دی‌آی (2019)Increase 0.724[۶]
یوخاری · 105th
پول واحیدیLibyan dinar (LYD)
چاغ بؤلگه‌سیUTC+2 (EET)
سوروجولوک طرفیright
تیلفون کودو+218
ISO 3166 codeLY
اینترنت ال‌تی‌دی.ly
ليبيا.
  1. ^  United Nations note concerning official name: "Following the adoption by the General Assembly of resolution 66/1, the Permanent Mission of Libya to the United Nations formally notified the United Nations of a Declaration by the National Transitional Council of 3 August changing the official name of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya to "Libya" and changing Libya's national flag."
  2. ^  The official language is simply identified as "Arabic" (Constitutional Declaration, article 1).
  3. ^  The UK and France held a joint condominium over Libya through the United Nations Trusteeship Council.

گؤرونتولردَییشدیر

قایناق‌لاردَییشدیر

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  4. United Nations. World Population Prospects 2019.
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