The interim committee of the General Electricity Company (GEC) along with some of the company’s expertise met Tuesday with representatives from the Turkish company Enka, which is working on the project of Ubari gas power station.

According to the GEC website, the meeting discussed the needed procedures for the return of the Enka company workers to the construction site.

“Enka representatives conditioned the return with flights route to Ubari airport for the transport of workers, reopening Ubari hospital, and high-alert security preparedness for the safety of the workers.” The GEC website wrote, saying it agreed on all of the conditions.

The meeting also discussed all the contract items and other related matters of interest to both parties, who decided to hold the final meeting next week before kick-starting the project.

The project of the gas power station in Ubari has been on pause since the clashes inside the city erupted between Toubou and Tuareg tribes in 2014.

According to Ekna company, the project has been finished by 90%.
The GEC says the Ubari gas power station will help reduce power cuts and load shedding, especially in southern Libya.