Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has received, in the presence of his Foreign Minister Najla Al-Manqoush, a delegation of business executives from Britain, the US, and the Gulf states in Tripoli.

The visit came at an official invitation from the Government of National Unity, a government-run TV channel reported.

According to the same source, Dbeibah briefed the delegation on his vision to bring about a comprehensive renaissance leading to a better future in Libya.

He said Libya sits at the crossroads of Africa and Europe, which makes it a hub for economic, trade, and cultural links.

"With its location, Libya will become a gateway to Africa, which includes 1.3 billion people," the PM stated.

Al-Mangoush discussed with the group, opportunities for expanding partnerships and joint projects in various vital fields, such as infrastructure development and in the conference and exhibition industry.

A key topic was transparency and disclosure in Libya's justice institutions, including conditions in rehabilitation centres, human rights, reconciliation, and the role played by the Ministry of Social Affairs.

The head of the Bureau of International Conferences, Exhibitions and Public Relations James Magee, who was among the delegation, lauded his experience in Libya, as he noted that "the people speak English, Arabic, Italian and French, and the literacy rate is 100%, which is impressive by the standards of any scientist."