Director of the African Affairs Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abdel Nasser Younis, chaired the meeting of the African Union Ministerial Committee concerned with following up on the implementation of Africa Agenda 2063, which was held virtually in the capital, Tripoli, last Friday.

The meeting discussed the evaluation of the first ten-year plan for the agenda, the draft of the second ten-year plan, and draft documents that will be submitted to the African Summit scheduled to be held on February 17 and 18.

It also discussed the efforts of the Libyan state to advance the African Union institutions concerned with financing, by accelerating the activation of the African Investment Bank to provide sustainable financing to develop the education infrastructure in Africa.

In its speech, the Libyan delegation stressed the importance of providing sustainable funding for the 2063 Agenda, whether at the national, regional or continental levels.