The governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al Saddiq al Kabir, met on Wednesday in Tripoli with the members of the Finance Commission of the House of Representatives to coordinate efforts aimed at controlling public spending, as well as “ensuring the achievement of financial stability and sustainability,” according to a statement by the central bank.
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The United States welcomed on Sunday the announcement of the reunification of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), which it described as “a step critical to Libya’s economic stability and development.”
Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, welcomed on Sunday the announcement of reunification of the Central Bank of Libya.
The European Union welcomed on Monday the announcement of the reunification of the Central Bank of Libya, which it hailed as a “step in the right direction for the unity of Libya”.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) welcomed on Sunday the announcement of the finalization of the reunification of the Central Bank of Libya.
Siddiq Al-Kabeer, Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, held talks yesterday with German Ambassador Michael Ohnmacht over public spending oversight, including the latest decision by the Libyan Presidential Council to establish a High Financial Oversight Committee.
The Netherlands is providing training for the young managers of Central Bank of Libya (CBL) on skills such as negotiation and strategy creation, revealed Dutch Ambassador Dolf Hogewoning on Friday.
The Central Bank of Libya has deposited 700 million dollars in the Central Bank of Egypt, Libyan media platform Fawasel Media reports.
The governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al Saddiq al Kabir, yesterday discussed the partnership with the United States Development Agency (USAID) during a meeting at the headquarters of the agency in Washington.