Libyan Central Bank Governor, Saddek Elkaber, met with the Chairman of the National Oil Corporation, Farhat Bengdara, to discuss efforts…
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Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Saddek Elkaber, chaired a meeting of the bank’s Strategic Projects Committee on Sunday to discuss the development of several electronic banking services.
Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh held talks on Tuesday with the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Saddek Elkaber, at the bank’s Tripoli headquarters to discuss government spending for the year 2022, according to a statement by CBL.
The spokesman of the Government of National Unity of Libya, Mohamed Hammouda, has denied the rumors that Libya has deposited a billion dollars in the Tunisian central bank.
The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Saddek Elkaber, said Libya needs to boost oil production to enact sweeping development plans and diversify an economy heavily reliant on energy exports.
The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Saddek Elkaber, was Ankara on Monday where he met Turkey’s Minister of Trade, Mehmet Muş, for talks on “joint cooperation between the Libyan and Turkish banking sectors,” according to a brief statement by the Libyan bank.
Intisar Schneib, Chairman of the House Committee for Woman and Children Affairs, has accused the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), Saddek Elkaber, of failing to authorize disbursement of funds allocated for the treatment of 9 children, who died recently of cancer in Benghazi.
The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has accused deputy governor of the bank, Ali al-Hibri, of signing “forged” banknotes with face value of 50 Libyan Dinars.
Global economic challenges and its repercussions on the Arab countries are the most prominent themes of talks between Saddek Elkaber, Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, and Jordanian Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh, during their meeting in Amman yesterday.
Saddek Elkaber, the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), is a “well-known financier of militias and gangsters” who runs a “troubled organization”, said the U.K. Foreign Affairs Committee.