The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, received Tuesday in Tripoli Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and her accompanying delegation.

Meloni arrived in Tripoli to meet with Dbeibah and the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi.

Dbeibah said on Facebook he had held fruitful talks with Meloni to enhance the prospects for joint cooperation between the two countries, adding that the meeting witnessed the signing of three agreements in the fields of health, higher education and scientific research, and sports and youth. 

"I look forward to continuing the work with Meloni to advance bilateral relations in the upcoming meetings." Dbeibah said.

According to the Italian Nova News Agency, the delegation accompanying the Italian Prime Minister included: Minister of Universities and Research, Minister of Health, and Minister of Sports and Youth.

According to the Agency, declarations of intent will be signed by the three Italian ministers with their Libyan counterparts regarding university and research cooperation and in the fields of health, sports and youth.

Meloni is scheduled to visit Benghazi to meet Khalifa Haftar, in line with Italy’s unified commitment to be present across Libya and open discussions with all Libyan parties.