The Japanese embassy is to resume its work from Tripoli soon. The revelation came during yesterday’s meeting between Libya’s Foreign Minister, Najla Mangoush, and the Japanese Chargé d’Affaires, Masaki Amadera in Tripoli.
The Libyan Foreign Ministry reported that Amadera expressed his happiness that the logistical arrangements necessary to resume his work from Tripoli in ”the coming period” are near completion.
Amadera stressed the strengthening of cooperation and strategic partnership between the two countries, especially in the technological and economic field with Libya, and invited Minister Mangoush to participate in the 8th Tokyo International Conference on Development, which will be hosted by Tunisia on 27-28 August.
The Japanese Chargé d’Affaires stressed the importance of Libya’s participation in this conference, in light of their efforts to strengthen the African Japanese partnership, and to achieve the aspirations of the African peoples for stability and prosperity.