The Mauritanian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Mohammed Salem, announced that his country’s embassy was reopened in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.

This announcement came during his meeting with the Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah on Thursday, as he headed a delegation of Mauritanian officials, according to Hakomitna platform on Facebook.

Salem presented a message from the Mauritanian President to Dbeibah confirming the depth of relations between the two countries, and the need to work on coordinating efforts at the level of the Arab Maghreb Union and the African Union.

Dbeibah noted the relationship between the two countries, the necessity of continuing cooperation in all fields, increasing economic cooperation, creating opportunities for Libyan manufacturers and the private sector to present their activities in Mauritania, and holding exhibitions and economic activities in Nouakchott similar to what the Ministry of Economy and General Trade did in the past.

He also hailed Mauritania's efforts to unify political efforts in the Maghreb countries to have a unified vision toward all issues.

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