International Conference on Arbitration in Libya was held on Sunday and discussed the problems and difficulties facing the management of Libyan state's lawsuits abroad, and the revival of projects that have been stalled since 2011 to drive the national economy and investment toward construction.

In his opening speech at the conference, the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah stressed that the importance of keeping pace with international legislation and laws and the government's commitment to strengthening capacities in the field of arbitration and developing local legislation, to ensure the provision of an environment for the implementation of arbitral decisions. Dbeibah also pointed out the need to identify global challenges and developments in the field of arbitration to promote cultural exchange.

The conference was co-organized by the Administrative Control Authority and the Libyan Academy for Postgraduate Studies, in cooperation with the Libyan Center for International Arbitration. The conference saw the participation of a number of ministers and officials in Libya, in addition to a number of international experts and specialists in the field of international arbitration, such as the Paris Chamber of Arbitration and the Cairo International Centre.