A delegation of Egyptian businessmen, led by the Executive Director of the Engineering Industries Export Council, Mai Helmy, visited Libya to discuss commercial cooperation and integration between the two countries. 

The delegation included representatives of 15 companies specialising in home appliances, tableware and kitchen utensils, electrical devices, auto parts, agricultural machinery, and electrical industries.

The meetings saw the participation of the President of the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture, Mohammed al-Raied, the Deputy Minister of Economy and Trade for Economic Affairs, Saad al-Hanish, the Acting Egyptian Embassy Chargé d'Affaires, Mustafa Tamer, the President of the Tripoli Chamber of Commerce, Anwar Busetta, and numerous heads of Libyan companies and institutions.

A statement by the Egyptian Engineering Industries Export Council said the one-week visit was the first of its kind in over ten years and came under the direct sponsorship of the General Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture in Libya.

The Egyptian Export Council Executive Director described the meeting as positive, stressing that the Libyan market is one of the most critical targets for the engineering industry sector due to its size and capacity to absorb Egyptian products. 

Talks concluded with an agreement to export more Egyptian engineering products to the Libyan market in the upcoming period, indicating that the visit marks the beginning of broader cooperation.