The Head of the Italian-Libyan Chamber of Commerce praised on Monday the resumption of direct flights between Italy and Libya, saying it was a positive development to increase contact among companies in the two countries. 

The Head of the Chamber told the Italian Nova News Agency that a letter was sent to the Italian Foreign Minister, Antonio Tajani, regarding the problems facing companies operating in Libya, and the importance of resuming direct flights. 

The announcement of the resumption of flights came after a meeting held in Tripoli, in the presence of the Head of the Italian National Civil Aviation Authority, the Italian Ambassador to Libya, the Head of the General Authority of Civil Aviation, and the Minister of Communications and Political Affairs.

The ambassador stressed the importance of creating a good environment for trade between Libyan and Italian companies and for strengthening personal relations between entrepreneurs from the two countries, adding that the ability to travel and meet was essential to achieve such goals.