The Minister of Economy and Trade, Mohammed Al-Hawij, has discussed in Turkey with businessmen and owners of Turkish companies the resumption of Turkish companies work in Libya.

The meeting was attended by the head of the Libyan-Turkish Businessmen Council, Morteza Karanfil, Consul General Salah El-Din Al-Kaseh, and Commercial Attaché at the Libyan Consulate General in Istanbul, Omar Derhoub, according to a statement by the Ministry of Economy.

The statement drew attention to the state of stability that Libya is currently witnessing and to considering the Libyan economy as the most developed Arab economy during the year 2023, as Al-Hawij mentioned that the rise of the Libyan economy lies in achieving cooperation and integration with the private sector and international participation.

Al-Hawij stressed the necessity of holding meetings in the near future in Libya that includes Turkish companies, the General Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, the Libyan Business Owners Council, the Libyan Industry Federation, and the relevant authorities, to discuss cooperation and investment opportunities.