The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir, discussed with the Atlantic Council on Monday the latest developments in the Libyan economic and political situation.

The meeting, which was held at the headquarters of the Atlantic Council in Washington discussed supporting the National Oil Corporation to maintain and increase oil production rates, and working in coordination with the Finance Committee of the House of Representatives to approve a unified budget for the Libyan state.

Al-Kabir also presented the CBL's vision and policies in facing challenges to maintain the financial sustainability of the Libyan state and international geopolitical changes.

The Governor is visiting Washington these days to participate in the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund, which opens Tuesday, and discusses the state of the global economy and helping countries combat climate change and the most indebted countries.

Central bank governors participate in these meetings, along with finance and development ministers, academics, and representatives of the private sector and civil society.