Libya, Qatar review boosting bilateral relations
The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah reviewed with the Qatari Foreign Minister, Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, boosting bilateral relations.
The Qatari Foreign Minister arrived in Tripoli Sunday and met with Dbeibah in the presence of officials from both sides, including Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, who held with the Qatari counterpart a joint press conference tackling issues of mutual interest.
The Qatari Foreign Minister reiterated support for the new Libyan executive authority, and explained that both Libya and Qatar had agreed to form a working team to assess areas of support to the Government of National Unity and the Libyan people.
Al Thani said that Qatar's stance toward Libya has always been steady and in support of the political process under the auspices of the United Nations, adding that Doha was looking forward to the visits of the Libyan Presidential Council and Government of National Unity officials to boost cooperation.
In the meantime, the Libyan Foreign Minister reiterated the importance of the resumption of Qatari embassy work in Libya's capital, Tripoli, hailing previous agreements in electricity projects and said Libya was looking forward to the implementation of those agreements, in addition to forming joint committees to assess the MoUs with Qatar.