The United States has allocated over $20 million to enhance aviation security in Libya since 2018, the Charge d'Affairs at the US Embassy in Libya, Jeremy Brent revealed on his X platform on Tuesday. 

Brent made his remarks at a US-sponsored training course that was organized for airport officials in Libya.

"An inspiring group of airport officials from across Libya at the U.S.-sponsored aviation security training that I attended today." He added.

He said the objective of the initiative is to help connect Libya to the world through commercial air travel and build the capacity of more than 3,000 airport officials, noting that the training course saw the participation of over 300 women.