Head of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), Mustafa Sana’allah, said that the corporation will provide all the support needed to develop the Oil Health Clinic in Tripoli and improve its services, despite the financial hardship that the Libyan state is going through during these difficult times, as a result of the closure of oil fields and ports.
Tuesday morning, Sana’allah visited the Oil Health Clinic , to check in on it’s progress and the efforts of the new management committee and the new executive management of the clinic to ensure its readiness to receive patients and provide health services suitable for workers in the sector.
According to the NOC’s statement, the visit included the various departments of the medical clinics, and newly implemented projects aimed at developing the Clinic’s capacities and services. .
During his visit, Sana’allah listened to the observations of clinic workers and the challenges they face in providing health services under the current circumstances characterised by budget cuts due to the illegal closure of oil production and export, according to the statement.
At the end of the visit, Sana’allah held an expanded meeting in the presence of Chairman of the Oil Clinic Management Committee, Khaled bin Othman, and members of the Management Committee, Mohamed Bouazza, and Sadiq Almograb, in addition to Head of Oil Clinic, Amina Maqaf.