The Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Al-Mangoush has reaffirmed Libya's keenness to close the Jordanian debt file, saying that most of the operations necessary to settle the issue have been completed in preparation for closure as soon as possible.
Al-Mangoush's remarks came in response to Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ayman Al-Safadi, who discussed with her, during their meeting in Amman on Sunday, the file of Libyan debts in Jordan, especially those owed to the private sector.
The Jordanian Foreign Ministry said that Al-Safadi and Al-Mangoush discussed ways to strengthen bilateral relations in various fields, and deepen cooperation in the economic and trade fields among others.
Al-Safadi reaffirmed Jordan's support for Libya's security and stability, and for the political efforts aimed at reaching a Libyan-Libyan solution to the crisis in order to achieve political stability, preserve Libya's national interests, and fulfill the aspirations of the Libyan people.
Al-Mangoush also briefed Al-Safadi on the developments of the situation in Libya, and the efforts made to unify the Libyan institutions, expressing her appreciation for Jordan's role in the efforts to maintain security, stability and peace in the region.
The two Foreign Ministers discussed a number of Arab issues and efforts to activate joint Arab action in service of Arab affairs, stressing the importance of the outcomes of the Jeddah summit in strengthening Arab solidarity and resolving Arab crises.
Al-Mangoush and her accompanying delegation arrived in Oman from Jeddah after their participation in the Libyan delegation at the Arab League summit that was held on Friday at the end of a Gulf tour that began early last week and included Bahrain, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait.