A British military delegation arrives in Tripoli to discuss joint cooperation

According to French newspaper Le Monde, Abdulhamid Dbeibah, the head of the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU), has held a meeting with a delegation from the United Kingdom to discuss Libyan-British cooperation in the field of training and counter-terrorism.

The two sides agreed on a cooperation protocol through a joint committee to organize aspects of technical cooperation between the two governments. The meeting was attended by James Heappey, Minister of State for the Armed Forces in the United Kingdom, Har Ben Bawer, Assistant Minister for Military Affairs, and Martha Bins, Chargé d’Affaires at the British Embassy.

After that, the head of the Presidential Council Mohamed Menfi discussed with the British delegation the round of talks they had with the GNU and the General Staff, including the results of joint cooperation between the two countries.

Last February, a delegation from the Joint Forces of the British Ministry of Defense had visited the country to discuss enhancing joint cooperation between the two sides.


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