The head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Mohammed Shlaybek, has discussed with the first secretary and security attaché of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Tripoli, the training of the Authority's security personnel.

The Dutch attaché expressed his country's desire to know the level of standards and rules followed in the security procedures applied at Mitiga International Airport, and the level of qualification and capabilities of personnel working in the field of aviation security, according to the government's Facebook page.

The meeting comes within the framework of the periodic assessment of the extent of improvement in the field of aviation security in Libya.