The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, has reiterated the need to boost security cooperation with Algeria in curbing cross-border crime and fighting terrorism, stressing in a meeting with the Algerian President, Abdelmajid Tebboune, Libya’s willingness to improve bilateral relations with Algeria in all fields.
Dbeibah arrived in Algiers on Saturday and held a meeting with the Algerian President on Sunday to discuss issues of joint interest and the latest developments of the political process in Libya, according to the media office of the Government of National Unity.
Dbeibah hailed Algeria’s hosting of the Libyan-Algerian Economic Forum that will help increase trade exchanges and boost private sector participation in versifying income sources, praising the assistance of the Algerian teams that helped in maintenance to Al-Khums emeregncy power plant.
Meanwhile, Tebboune reiterated his country’s support for national reconciliation in Libya, readiness to resume flights between the two countries, and reopening border crossing for goods and travelers.
The two officials also agreed on the resumption of Sonatrach’s operations in oil drilling in Libya’s Ghadames basin area, as Tebboune expressed his country’s readiness to help Libya’s healthcare sector, and assist interior ministry cadres in securing the December elections.