The Minister of Economy and Trade, Mr. Mohamed Hwej, met with the Ambassador of Spain, Javier Garcia-Larrache, on Tuesday at the Ministry’s Tripoli headquarters.
The meeting came inside the framework of following up and activating the progress of financial and industrial cooperation amongst the two nations.
Activate and update MoU’s
Economy Minister Hwej stressed the significance of cooperation and that the Tripoli-primarily based Libyan government seeks to accomplish financial and industrial stability, noting the need to have to activate the agreements and memorandums of understanding concluded amongst the two nations and updating them in line with international modifications in the field of economy and trade
The Minister named for strengthening cooperation in the field of meals safety, specially in the field of agriculture and livestock sources and advantage from Spanish experiences in cooperation with the relevant authorities.
He urged the Spanish ambassador to urge Spanish businesses to return to operate in Libya, to advantage from investment possibilities and build partnerships with the Libyan private sector.
Significant part of Industrial Attaché
Hwej pointed to the significance of the part of the industrial attaché in overcoming all the troubles facing financial and industrial activities, in direct coordination with the Libyan Embassy in Spain.
In conclusion, the Minister of Economy and Trade invited the Spanish Minister of Trade to pay a visit to Libya.
30 Spanish businesses returned to Libya
For his portion, the Spanish Ambassador expressed the need of the Spanish government to create industrial and financial relations with Libya, pointing to the return of far more than 30 businesses to operate in Libya and that the embassy is operating to facilitate the granting of visas to small business owners.
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