South Korean ambassador says embassy to resume work in Tripoli in September
The South Korean embassy in Tripoli will reopen in September and the country's firms will resume suspended projects in Libya afterwards, the South Korean ambassador, Choi Sung-Soo, told the deputy head of the Presidential Council Ahmed Mitig on Tuesday.
The two officials also talked about mutual relations and discussed the fate of the South Korean national who is abducted in southern Libya along with two Filipinos.
Ambassador Sung-Soo thanked Mitig for the efforts exerted by Libya to secure the release of the abducted national who has been abducted since last July as he was working at Hasawna Man-Made River system.
Meanwhile, Mitig hailed the reopening of the South Korean embassy, reassuring the ambassador that they are following the kidnap case closely along with the security apparatuses.
"Such an incident should not be a hindrance to the return of the South Korean firms to work in Libya for better economic relations between the two countries." Mitig added.