The Vice Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Unity, Ramadan Abu Janah, in the presence of Local Governing Minister, Water Resources Minister, and Asia and Australia Department Director at the Foreign Ministry, met in Tripoli with the South Korean Deputy Minister of Political Affairs at the Foreign Ministry, Yeo Seung Bae, the accompanying delegation, discussing the return of Korean companies to resume unfinished projects in Libya.

The meeting saw reassurances that the South Korean government will make sure a protocol is signed to commit Korean firms to resume their suspended electricity projects in Libya, as Deputy Minister Bae hailed the remarkable stability and security in the country, which he said would help resume work in Tripoli and reopen Korean consulate in few days to facilitate giving visas to Libyans.

Bae reiterated his country's support to holding elections in Libya on December 24, and support of Government of National Unity for hosting international exhibition 2030 with a recommendation from Busan city.

Abu Janah welcomed the reopening of the South Korean consulate and reiterated the need for the return of the firms to resume unfinished projects, saying the government is committed to their staffers and workers' security.