By Sami Zaptia.
London, 4 June 2021:
Libya’s Health Ministry revealed yesterday that bilateral talks with Algeria have resulted in activating the terms of the agreements concluded between the two countries in the health sector years ago.
The agreement came during talks held between Minister of Health, Ali Al-Zanati, with the Algerian Minister of Health, Abdel Rahman Benbouzaid, on the side-lines of the official visit paid by Libyan Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba, accompanied by his high-profile ministerial delegation, to Algeria last Sunday.
The health agreement included the holding of virtual meetings between oncologists in Libya and Algeria, in order to exchange experiences, and the holding of similar meetings for experts and specialists in the field of Primary health care.
The two Ministers’ talks concluded with an agreement to enhance bilateral cooperation in the field of pharmaceutical industries and bone marrow transplants for children, in addition to supporting the exchange of medical delegations and twinning between hospitals.