Al-Kabir and Al-Mabrouk hold separate economic discussions in Washington

The Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir, discussed with the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC, developments in the Libyan economic and political situation, and support for the National Oil Company to maintain and increase oil production rates.

They discussed working in coordination with the Finance Committee of the House of Representatives to approve a unified budget for the Libyan state, in addition to the Central Bank’s policies in confronting the challenges of financial sustainability.

In another meeting with the USAID team, Al-Kabir also discussed the challenges facing the Central Bank to maintain Libya’s financial sustainability. During his meeting with the American Libyan Business Association (USLBA), Al-Kabir discussed the opportunities available to American companies to operate in Libya.

In a separate meeting with the Executive Director of the World Bank Group Office, Al-Kabir discussed the digitization of the economy and expanding the scope of financial inclusion and electronic payment methods.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Finance of the Government of National Unity, Khaled Al-Mabrouk, discussed ways to enhance cooperation with the World Bank, during his meeting with the Director of the Maghreb and Malta Department at the World Bank, Jesco Hentschel.


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