Libya's Economy Minister urges Indonesia to open Benghazi consulate
The Libyan Minister of Economy and Trade Mohammed Al-Huweij called on Indonesia to open its consulate in Benghazi as soon as possible to facilitate the movement of businesspersons and company's procedures in both countries.
Al-Huweij met Wednesday with Indonesian chargé d'affaires Dede Ahmed in Tripoli, where they discussed obstacles facing Indonesian companies and ways to resolve them, in addition to measures of reactivating joint trade agreements with Libya and boosting trade and expertise exchange. They also discussed we launching joint fishing factories.
They also reviewed the obstacles facing Libyan business owners in Indonesia and work to facilitate movement, residence and financial procedures for companies and investors, in addition to the possibility of organizing an exhibition of Indonesian industries and products in Libya, as well as bilateral meetings between business owners to present investment opportunities in the two countries.
Al-Huweij invited the Indonesian Minister of Trade to visit Libya within the framework of strengthening economic and trade cooperation and organizing joint activities that include business owners and companies in both countries.