Libyan-Turkish company working on Tripoli-Tarhouna road construction

Libyan-Turkish Company launches work on Tripoli-Tarhouna road
Libya’nın başkenti Trablus’u Terhune kentine bağlayan yolun yeniden yapım ve genişletme çalışmalarına törenle başlandı. ( Hazem Turkia - Anadolu Ajansı )

A Libyan-Turkish company called “Infitah” company, started carrying out maintenance on a destructed main road that stretches 82 km between Tripoli and Tarhouna, Anadolu News Agency said on Wednesday.

The news agency reported that during the participation in the inauguration ceremony of the maintenance work, the Minister of Transportation, Mohammed Al-Shahoubi, indicated that the road extended from Salah Al-Deen area to Tarhouna, explaining that the road is a major route to Tripoli.

Al-Shahoubi said Libya is now in the stage of reconstruction, and during their visits to Turkey and meetings with Turkish businessmen, they had invited Turkish companies to participate in the reconstruction of Libya.

“There are Turkish companies implementing the Tripoli International Airport project, Sabha airport, Sabha-Ubari road, the Umm Al-Aranib-Gatroun road, in addition to a number of projects in Misrata and the western region.” Al-Shahoubi explained.

The mayor of the Qasr Benghashir, Mohammed Sakouh, described the project to Anadolu Agency as “very important, strategic and very civilized,” calling on Turkish companies to participate in the reconstruction of Libya and the implementation of strategic projects.

The site manager, Sayed Al-Naas, said that work would take 8 months by the company under the auspices of the Transportation Projects Implementation Agency of the Ministry of Transportation.

Anadolu Agency also reported the project manager, Basri Çakmak, as saying that they had implemented this project in two tracks and that it would be completed within 8 months.

Çakmak said that they usually implement such projects in Turkey and their work in Libya will be efficient. He said that most of the engineers and workers on the project are from Turkey.


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