An economic report by the Canadian website Kitco Metals revealed that International Monetary Fund data showed that the Central Bank of Libya bought 30 tons of gold last June.

The Canadian website, which is the largest global platform for basic metals news, added in a report published on Thursday that Libya, Qatar and Singapore continue to buy gold to add this precious metal to their foreign reserves, as the reserves in Libya reached 147 tons, an increase of 26% from what they were at the end of 2022, achieving the highest level, since 1956.