An engineering team affiliated with the Korean Daewoo Engineering and Construction Company conducted a field visit to inspect and evaluate the work sites targeted for implementing a number of infrastructure projects in the city of Benghazi.

The Municipality of Benghazi explained on its Facebook page that the visit of the Korean company’s delegation was “an evaluation of some of the work sites targeted for implementation in the coming short period under instructions from the Director General of the Libya Development and Reconstruction Fund.”

The municipality said that this visit came within the framework of the plan for the second phase of the development of the city of Benghazi, which was announced by the Fund from inside the municipal headquarters, last Monday, with the aim of implementing a number of vital projects in Greater Benghazi.

The projects include the sewage network throughout the city, the completion of the third ring road all the way to Sidi Younis Island, and the establishment of two hospitals with a capacity of 100 beds in the west and east of the city, in addition to a number of other projects included within the Fund’s plan for the second phase in developing services and infrastructure in Greater Benghazi.