Libyan Economy Minister, Mohamed al-Huwaij, discussed with the French Ambassador to Libya, Beatrice du Helen, strengthening cooperation between the two countries and raising the level of trade exchange, during a meeting at the Ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli.
The meeting focused on organizing joint forums and exhibitions with the aim of creating a connection between economic stakeholders and exchanging experiences between the two sides.
Al-Huwaij stressed the government’s endeavor to enhance cooperation in the fields of investment, trade, renewable energy, reconstruction program, infrastructure development in all regions, establishing facilities in the education and health sectors and raising their level of performance.
The Minister pointed to Libya’s commitment to developing and activating its trade agreements with France, in a way that enhances the stability that the Government of National Unity (GNU) aspires to and contributes to supporting the national economy and raising the level of services, which is among its priorities.
He directed the formation of a Libyan-French business owners council to develop a partnership plan in the areas of investment and trade in order to raise the level of trade exchange and communication between economic stakeholders.