Libya, Malta see eye to eye on need for holding elections based on fair laws

The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, has met in Tripoli his Maltese counterpart, Robert Abela, discussing the development of economic cooperation, especially in energy and transportation sectors, in addition to seeing eye to eye on the need for Libya to hold elections based on fair laws that ensure an end to transitional periods.

Dbeibah applauded Malta’s reopening of its airspace for Libyan airliners, which he said was perfect motivation for a similar action by the European Union’s states, encouraging the private sectors of the two countries for more cooperation.

The Libyan PM also spoke to Abela about the ongoing military operations and their developments as they target fuel smuggling and immigrants’ trafficking gangs, explaining the government’s commitment to protecting civilians.

In the meantime, Abela said Libya “has potentials in generating solar power and wants to strike partnerships with European countries in the clean energy sector,” adding that Malta “has had qualms about the illegal immigration activities since 2022.”


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