Malta Discusses Investments in Libya


The Maltese Finance Minister, Clyde Caruana, discussed investment cooperation with the Chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), Ali Hussein, on a visit to Tripoli. They reviewed ways to provide a suitable environment for Libyan investments in Malta.

The Maltese government said in a press release that Caruana had also met with top officials of the Government of National Accord’s (GNA). “Minister Caruana met with the GNA’s Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Maiteeg, Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha, and Minister for Transport Milad Maitoug.”

“During the meetings, various topics of mutual interest for both countries were discussed, amongst them air connection between Malta and Libya, the resumption of Air Malta flights to and from Libya, the training of Libyan public sector employees in Malta, as well as investment between the two countries,” the statement noted.