The Head of the South Korean Agency for International Development has expressed his readiness to return to Libya in order to work with technical sectors and hold specialized training courses.

These remarks came in a meeting with the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Omar Keti, in the Korean capital, Seoul, where they discussed the possibility of benefiting from the services provided by this institution in implementing development projects and organizing training workshops in the fields of renewable energies, communications, health and education, given the South Korean expertise, according to a statement by Libya’s Foreign Ministry.

The Head of the South Korean Agency indicated that they had organized several programs in Libya in the field of education, and that his country had received a number of trainees from Libya lately.