Libyan PM, UAE’s President discuss reopening embassy in Tripoli

The President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Mohamed bin Zayed met with Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah and reiterated the need to boost economic cooperation with the UAE in the various economic and investment fields.

Dbeibah, according to his media office, agreed with bin Zayed to operate flights between the two countries, and start granting visas for Libyan citizens as well as to resume the work of the UAE embassy from inside Tripoli.

Bin Zayed has stressed to Libyan Prime Minister the need for international support to hold elections in Libya, and to increase prospects for cooperation in the fields of renewable energy, gas and investment between the two countries.

Dbeibah was accompanied on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi by the Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs, Adel Jumua, and the Prime Minister’s Advisor for National Security, Ibrahim Dbeibah.

The official Emirates News Agency indicated that the meeting was attended by the Special Affairs Advisor at the Presidential Office, Mohammed bin Hamad bin Tahnoun Al-Nahyan, Secretary General of the Supreme National Security Council Ali bin Hammad Al-Shamsi, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al-Mazrouei.

It said that bin Zayed had discussed with Dbeibah bilateral relations, aspects of cooperation and joint action, in addition to the importance of supporting all efforts and initiatives that preserve Libya’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, ensuring the path of development and prosperity in Libya, and fulfilling the aspirations of the Libyan people.


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