The chargé d'affaires of the Indonesian Embassy in Libya has expressed his country's desire to strengthen cooperation with Libya in the field of exporting medicines through international companies located in Indonesia.

The Indonesian chargè d'affaires met on Sunday with the deputy prime minister and designated Minister of Health, Ramadan Abu Janah.

The meeting reviewed the prospects for health cooperation between the two countries, including providing the necessary support for the health of immigrants and providing them with medicines, in addition to bringing in medical  personnel to increase the efficiency of hospitals in remote areas, as they rely on medical and paramedic personnel to receive health services.

Abu Janah reaffirmed that the Ministry of Health welcomed cooperation with the Indonesian side in accordance with the procedures and laws in force in Libya.

On the other hand, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatization Affairs, Jamal Al-Lamushi, said that Libya would like to boost cooperation with Indonesia in joint projects, saying such a matter could be discussed further by a joint technical team.