Libya has proposed designating a commercial crossing on the border with Eygpt to facilitate the flow of goods and enhance bilateral trade, separate from the Salum land crossing used by individuals.

A delegation from Libya's General Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture, led by Mohamed Al-Raeed, discussed the initiative during a meeting with the Egyptian Chambers of Commerce Head Ahmed El-Wakeel in Cairo on Monday.

The Libyan side addressed several issues, including obstacles hindering the flow of goods between the two countries, easing border congestion, opportunities for Egyptian companies in Libya's reconstruction field, and ways to overcome the challenges associated with such projects.

During the meeting, the Libyan side invited Egyptian businesspeople to visit Libya and explore investment opportunities.

The meeting saw the participation of the Libyan Consul in Alexandria, the President of the Benghazi Chamber of Commerce, the President of the Giza Chamber of Commerce, the diplomatic attaché at the Egyptian Foreign Ministry, and several Libyan business people.