Libyan-Tunisian Leaders Hold Talks

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Libyan Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba and Tunisian President, Kais Saied
Libyan Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba and Tunisian President, Kais Saied

On Wednesday, Libyan Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba met with Tunisian President, Kais Saied at the Carthage Palace. In a statement, the Libyan government said that the meeting focused on discussing a number of political, economic, and security files.

During the talks, they stressed the depth of the historical relationship between the two countries, and the need to “accelerate the pace of cooperation in order to facilitate procedures between the two countries.”

The meeting was also attended Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Al-Siddiq Al-Kabir, the Tunisian Prime Minister, Naglaa Boudin, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Othman Al-Jarandi, and a number of ministers from the two countries.

On his part, Dbaiba confirmed that the visit “aims to discuss a number of agreements that contribute to creating fruitful economic cooperation, and to facilitate a number of procedures of particular interest to Libyan citizens and businessmen.”

The two sides agreed on the need to “fully open the door to further cooperation, and to address any problems that stand as an impediment to the historical partnership between Libya and Tunisia.”

Earlier today, Dbaiba and his accompanying ministerial delegation held a meeting with their Tunisian counterparts.

The meeting saw discussions on strengthening economic relations, and the recent agreements signed by the Tunisian delegation to Tripoli, and setting up the necessary implementation mechanisms for the interests of the two countries. In addition to facilitating the work of Libyan businessmen in Tunisia.

Dbaiba also discussed facilitating the work of Libyan businessmen in Tunisia.

The two sides discussed strengthening joint work agreements and setting up the necessary implementation mechanisms for the interests and consensus between the two countries.

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