Libya, Jordan reiterate cooperation, vow to end healthcare debts in Amman

King of Jordan, Abdullah II, has reiterated that his country is continuing to supports Libya and its security as well as sovereignty, stressing in a meeting with the Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, in Amman the depth of bilateral relations between the two countries.

The King’s remarks came as he received the Libyan Prime Minister and an accompanying delegation in Amman, where they discussed bilateral relations and cooperation.

King Abdullah II also reiterated support for the political process in Libya in the best interest of the Libyan people and for achieving peace and stability.

Prime Minister Dbeibah and the Jordanian counterpart agreed to form a joint ministerial committee to reach an agreement to resolve the issue of debts Libya is supposed to pay to Jordanian private hospitals in a timely fashion.

The Jordanian News Agency said the Libyan and Jordanian sides agreed to hold a meeting for the two countries’ Health Ministers to devise a plan to train medical cadres in Libya and to help in opening a medical center in the country based on Jordan’s medical expertise.


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