Libyan Prime Minister to visit China to boost bilateral relations

The Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity (GNU) Abdul Hamid Dbeibah is going to visit China to bolster bilateral relations and strengthen cooperation in multifarious fields, a GNU statement has revealed.

The statement said Dbeibah’s visit would also aim at holding extended talks with the Premier of the People’s Republic of China, Li Qiang, tackling issues of joint interest in economy, trade and infrastructure; among other fields. 

According to the statement, Libya and China want to expand cooperation in the industrial, agricultural and trade sectors, and Dbeibah’s visit is scheduled to include discussions on joint investment opportunities.

Libyan Premier will also participate in the Arab-Chinese Forum to stress Libya’s vision as to strengthening Arab-Chinese cooperation in different fields, in addition to achieving sustainable development and prosperity in the region.


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