The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is collecting the necessary economic and financial information to the reality of the Libyan economy to make proposals regarding its local economy, according to the IMF website.

This came after a team from the Central Bank of Libya and the IMF resumed the consultations of Article 4 of the agreement establishing the fund in the Tunisian capital, after they had been suspended since 2013.

It is expected that the IMF's mission will issue a statement at the end of the consultations that will take place throughout the current week, in which it will put its recommendations to improve the financial and economic prospects in the country.