The Minister of Economy and Trade in the Government of National Unity, Mohammed Al-Hawij, has given instructions to activate the work of the joint Libyan-Chinese Economic Chamber.

This came during his meeting on Monday with members of the Chamber’s Board of Directors, at the Ministry’s headquarters, to follow up on the Chamber’s work plan, facilitate the work of the private sector, enhance economic cooperation, exchange visits, and form joint cooperation committees between the two countries.

Al-Hawij stressed the importance of the Chamber’s role in creating real partnership opportunities between the private sectors in both countries, noting the need to encourage Chinese investors to invest in Libya, which contributes to diversifying sources of income.

The attendees touched on the importance of organizing a Libyan-Chinese economic forum in the capital, Tripoli, during the last quarter of this year.