Libyan-Egyptian Joint Economic Chamber meets Economy Minister, agree on a number of initiatives
By Sami Zaptia.
London, 23 March 2021:
The Libyan-Egyptian Joint Economic Chamber met on Saturday Mohamed Hwej, Libya’s Minister of Economy to coordinate trade movement between Libya and Egypt. The Joint Chamber reported that a number of initiatives were agreed at the meeting.
The meeting dealt with setting a date for holding an economic conference in Libya under the auspices of the Libyan Ministry of Economy after the end of the fasting month of Ramadan in mid May.
The Ministry of Economy granted approval to the Joint Chamber to open a Coordination Office in the Libyan city of Imsaed on the Egyptian border. The Office will contribute to facilitating and easing commercial traffic in the common borders between the two countries.
The Joint Chamber also received initial approval to implement an exhibition of Egyptian industries in the cities of Tripoli and Benghazi before the end of this year.
Minister Hewj also confirmed that he would send an official letter from the Libyan Ministry of Economy to the Egyptian authorities to approve the Joint Chamber to give it the right to obtain certificates of origin.